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SharePoint Undelete Web Part Problems?

Posted on 2004-08-27
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I am trying to set up the SharePoint undelete option provided by Microsoft http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/server/techinfo/reskit/undelete.asp, but when I import the undelete.dwp file it will not show up on the on the dashboard.  I can go in to the layout and the web part is there where it is supposed to be, but does not show up when you view the web site.  We though there might be some issue with credentials so we did it from the SharePoint Server, and this time when we tried to import the undelete.dwp file it asked for some credentials.  After getting that taken care of and using some credentials that it would take, the same problem occured.  Why is it allowing us to add it and it is showing up when you choose layout, but it is not available to use?  How do I get the undelete web part to show up on the web page?
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BobMixon earned 500 total points
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You can also take a look at SharePoint Experts PowerUndelete product.
http://www.sharepointexperts.com/software.htm
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by:Wipfli
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I would prefer to use the part provided so I do not have to spend a bunch of extra money.  Any other suggestions???
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by:Wipfli
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I would prefer to use the tool that doesn't cost a bunch of money.  Any other suggestions????
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by:Wipfli
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No one has even made an attempt to answer the question.  Where are the sharepoint experts?  I can't get the sharepoint undelete web part to work.  Any suggestions?
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by:Wipfli
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Well, no sharepoint experts around here.  Somehow it is just working now.  Thanks for trying anyway
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