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Hello Experts,

Looking to create a doc for my help desk team in how to recover deleted objects from AD recycle bin and also PowerShell using a friendly step-by-step doc

Can someone please provide me with a blog, doc, link with tons of screenshots?

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Well, the scripting guys are my go-to blog... but there aren't a lot of screenshots.  Petri has a pretty good blog with screenshots though.
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