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Deleting files from Personal NW Drives

Posted on 2014-03-04
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Hi Folks,

If a user delets a file from his personal NW Drive,, Does it go into the recycle bin of the Server hosting the Users Drive?
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That depends on if the NW drive is setup as a redirected documents folder or not. If it is, the file is retrievable via the user's own recycle bin. If not, It's gone. Then, you would need backups or undelete software on the server.
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