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My question is--is there away that when a user deletes the file that it is end to the Recyle Bin on the server and just permantely deleted?

Hello Everyone:

I am running a Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 and my users are running windows xp pro workstations.  I had a user was working a file that was on the server from their workstation and they deleted the file.  I have shadow copy configured on the server to take snapshots every hour--so we were able to reclaim some of the work.  My question is--is there away that when a user deletes the file that it is end to the Recyle Bin on the server and just permantely deleted?

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huntersp3
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LauraEHunterMVPCommented:
Not natively, unfortunately, this is supposedly what Shadow Copy and backups are meant to address.  Any kind of "across-the-wire Recycle Bin" functionality is only available with third-party tools at the moment, much as many of us wish it were otherwise.
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huntersp3Author Commented:
Ok..thanks Laura.  I didn't think there was.
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