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How can i undelete files on a windows 2000 terminal server?

Posted on 2004-08-03
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Hi,

I am searching for a way i can undelete files that are deleted by a terminal server user.

Example: X deletes a file. I want to see that x has deleted this file in a program that logs all files that are being deleted, also i want to be able to put this file back, or put it in another location.

Hope to hear soon !



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howdy,

have a look here http://www.executive.com/coverpage.asp

hope that this helps
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Give BigC the credit... Executive's Un-Delete is what we all use.

J
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by:robertoballo
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Thanks BigC,

But have you installed it on a Terminal Server? I did it but all users get the same recycle bin.
Is it possible to install the product that all users have their own bin and the administrator has a bin where all the deleted files are in. So when a user deletes the file from the recycle bin, the administrator can put it back or he can see what files are deleted. For example somebody gets fired, as a revenge he deletes some files on his last day at work.

Greetings,

Niels
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You can not seperate the files by users, instead you would have to use dates to determine when files were deleted etc.

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When a file is deleted it changes an entry in the file allocation table of the specific disk. These are disk/volume specific and do not contain any user information.
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