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Old 05-12-2011, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by mlwang View Post
files/folders deleted from a subst-ed drive do not go into the recycled bin. That makes managing files on the drive a risky endeavor.
I did find out about this later and this is how I worked around it ...
1) I use folder sync software to sync/backup my databases hourly.
2) This is where software tools like MacroExpress really really really shine. I wrote a marco to disable the delete key when the Q:\ drive window is open. I attached a screen paste.
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