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recover deleted items sharepoint 2010 when user deletes

Posted on 2014-11-14
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Hi all

I am trying to allow users to delete from SharePoint 2010, but I would like to prevent them from deleting from Recycle Bin, or if they do, it keeps a copy in the second stage.

However, my site is a collection with an Application. I have set the Second Stage Recycle Bin to 25%.

I I am under the Web Application ie, http://mysite/ it allows my to view "Deleted from End /user Recycle Bin", but as the site is within a Collection ie http;//mysite/sites/sitename it does not give me that option within Recycle Bin.

Can any help me so I can let people delete, but not perminantly delete.

Thank you in advance
Andrew
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 500 total points
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An inelegant solution occurs; Edit the masterpage to hide the Recycle Bin icon. Maintain a link so that you can navigate to it directly (or keep the link in the system master page if users can't get into settings).
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Thank you for your reply

I have altered my master page, Users have access to all site content that display this at the bottom.

Is there anyway to remove Recycle Bin from All Site Content?
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Thank you, to finish off, all I did was hide the Site Actions and the Left hand links via the master page.

Thank you for the point in the right direction.
Baker
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