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When you delete a file stored on a network location or mapped network drive that the file is permanently deleted. It does not go to the local computer's recycle bin and does not go to the server's recycle bin. How to enable a recycle bin for shared folders on a network ? There is the proper solution of restoring and securing your information even after deleting it - The Network Recycle Bin Tool allows you to recover deleted files.Once you have this tool in your system, it will automatically keep a track of all the network deleted files and you can easily recover them. Instead of removing the files, this tool sends them directly to its predefined recycle bin folder. There are various options to tune it up. For example: you can set size limits for files stored in the Network Recycle Bin, you can define the list of network drives or network folders to track deleted files. Additionaly it offers you the Protect Files tool which prevents deletion of network files for specified folders according the file mask. Export and import functions help you to install software with same options on network machines. The password control disallows unauthorized access. In the long run, losing your important network files and information accidentally is not an issue these days. Instead of getting anxious and worried, feel free to download network recycle bin tool from any reliable source and make sure that you have pre-installed this recovery tool.
What's new in this version: Version 188.8.131.52 supports Windows 8.1
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"Does not work if you have Offline folders!!"
Version: Network Recycle Bin Tool 184.108.40.206
When I tested this on my PC, it worked as advertised.
Unfortunatly, the person I picked this up for uses the Offline Folder functionality of Windows Network Drives. When you use Offline folders, and then you have this program protect one of those folders, you get an access denied error. I have emailed the vendor twice over a two week time span about this behavior and have not heard one word back from them. Shame shame.
If you have Offline folders, don't waste your money.
"You won't lost any network files anymore."
Version: Network Recycle Bin Tool 220.127.116.11
Easy and intuitive user interface.
It copies network files before deleting to the own recycle bin folder. So you can easy access and recovery them any time.
It works as with network drives as with local drives. You can use it for USB drives too.
There is not cons for me.
I recommend everybody to install this tool if you work with files and documents on network places.
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