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Posted on 2014-03-23
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Hi All,

I remember there used to be a webpart on codeplex that allowed users to recovery documents they may have deleted accidently.  Does anyone know where I can find this solution or enable SharePoint 2010 to support this?

Thanks,
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Out of the box recycle bin feature does this.
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...if configured for the site collection and  a good backup plan. The question is when the user recognizes, that an item is deleted. Reycyle bin is the most easiest way but by default setup to 30 days. A logn term backup for recovery is also a good idea.
Some tools like Microsoft DPM are capable even to recover whole sites. But connected to some effort.
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