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Need Network Recycle Bin Utility

Posted on 2008-06-13
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I know that in Windows networking when you delete a file or folder on a shared network resource it does not go to the recycle bin and unless you have a backup or VSS enabled the data is lost forever.

I'm looking for a third party app or software program that will work as a network recycle bin. Other utilities and features would be nice but a network recycle bin in my primary need.

I'm going to test Diskeeper 2008 Server Edition and Diskeeper's Undelete 5 Server Edition.
Does anyone have any experience with these? Any reccomendations?

We have a Windows Domain, 3 servers, ~15 Desktops, 5 Users, Lots of shared data.
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it seems that vista now supports network recycle bin...

http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-6090574.html
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