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How can you restore a small site that was deleted a week prior accidently?  Where can this be found?

Or are there any good tools for this?
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It can be found in your sharepoint backups that you have configured and run on a daily basis, dont you?
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yes, but this is sometime back.  I will check again to see if I can go back that far.  Is there another tool to use for sql recovery?
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This is best i have used : http://www.quest.com/recovery-manager-for-sharepoint/ 

You can look at what is in the backup and what all items you want and then restore to site or extract all files to disk, Good tool and does the job
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would this restore from sql backup?  also, how about when a site was deleted?
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If you have site collection backup and want to restore on same production environment, Best
approach would be restore a site collection with different name in different content database and than use import export method if you want to restore a specific sub site.
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