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If I accidently delete a folder, report, snapshot, etc in Report Manager is there anyway to recover the object short of doing a ReportServer database restore?

Using SSRS 2008 R2.
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Have you done backup of the reportServer database before? If not, you can't restore the deleted things back. You need to configure\publish them again.
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The ReportServer database is being backedup.  You confirmed that the only way to recover a deleted object such as a history snapshot is to do a ReportServer database restore.
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