How do I recover a site that was accidentally deleted from SharePoint 2007 Portal?

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I had a site adminstrator accidentally delete one of his subsites.  My docave restore tool did not work to restore the site.  We have sql 2005 and are backing that up.  Can someone tell how I can recover this site?  
Thank you,
Portal Slave
Question by:PortalSlave
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    Can you try the following links for a possible solution,
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    If you have the SQL Backup for particular content database its possible.  
    (Like stsadm -o restore -url <URL name> -filename <UNC path>)

    Try to install the MSIT capture tool for Deleted site for your future use.


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