Restore deleted items from recycle bin using Item GUID and export all deleted items in CSV file using Powershell


$site = Get-SPSite $SiteURL
$RecycleBin = $site.RecycleBin

$Item = $RecycleBin | Where{$_.Title -eq $ItemName}

if($Item -ne $null)
 Write-Host "Item Restored from Recycle Bin!" -f DarkGreen
  Write-Host "No Item Found with the given name!" -ForegroundColor RED
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    So, what have you tried? – Christoffer Mar 6 '18 at 13:21
  • Please add this script and information in the question – Arsalan Adam Khatri Mar 6 '18 at 13:59

to Export the recycle bin information of a SharePoint site into Excel

Add-PsSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell -ea 0

# please specify the desired exportpath
$exportFile = "e:\temp\recycle.csv"
$siteUrl = "yourSiteCollectionUrl"

("Web", "ItemState", "Type", "Title", "Directory", "Name", "AuthorName", 
"DeletedByName", "DeletedDate") -join ";" | Out-File -FilePath $exportFile

Write-Host "Data export from recycle bin of site $($siteUrl)"
$site = Get-SPSite $siteUrl

$site.RecycleBin | ForEach-Object {
    ($_.ItemState, $_.Web, $_.ItemType, $_.Title, $_.DirName, $_.LeafName, 
 $_.AuthorName, $_.DeletedByName, $_.DeletedDate) -join ";" | Out-File -
 FilePath $exportFile -Append

Write-Host "Operation completed."

the source reference and more detail here

to restore a file from recycle bin by GUID

$site = Get-SPSite http://sp/sites/sitename
$site.RecycleBin.Restore("file GUID")

hope this answers your question

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