The Recycle Bin provides a safety net when deleting documents, list items, lists, folders and files. When you or site visitors delete any of these items from a Web site, the items are placed in the Recycle Bin. Items in the Recycle Bin remain there until you decide to permanently delete them from ...

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Recycle bin - documents deleted

I have recycle on my site collection. There is also and event receiver which deletes some documents from library in ElevatedPrivileges block ( as System account). OnItemDeleting it's searching for ...
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Sharepoint Site permission issue

We have a web application based on SharePoint. Every Saturday night Site collection permission default groups gets deleted automatically and it is difficult to find the cause of this issue. We have ...
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Is it possible to read the contents of deleted folders in the RecyclingBin?

I've been playing around with scripts that read deleted files from the recycling bin such as the one below but I can't figure out how to read the files within a deleted folder without restoring it ...
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Old versions of documents go to recycling bin when documents sent to Record Center

I have a record center implemented implemented in my SharePoint 2010 system. I have discovered that when documents get sent to the record center old versions of the sent documents end up in the ...
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Encoding problems in SharePoint2007 recycle bin

I am having problems with the Encoding in SharePoint recycle bin.I have create an item with title "abcabc",after deletion I went to the recycle bin , I got "弓ᱜ同䢴᪜ޛ翍⺉"as title in recycle bin.I think it ...
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How Do I Recycle a Folder to Site Recycle Bin and not Site Collection Recycle Bin?

I have written some C# code which will recycle a folder based on the path it is passed, however, when it is executed the folder goes to the SiteCollection recycling bin and not the first level ...