This is also a common problem with network drives, where the server operating system (Win 2000, NT, Linux in most...
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cases) will not send files deleted by the users to a recycle bin. From what I've heard, there are a few programs that will provide this additional functionality, but I personally haven't tried any.
In any case, you should ensure there is a daily backup of all your data to avoid these problems.
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