How can I recover files from a network folder?


If you need to go back to a previous version of a network folder, you can restore an older version of it yourself! This is very helpful if a file is deleted, will not open anymore, or is acidentally deleted. T

To Restore:

1. On a Windows PC, Open computer and RIGHT CLICK on your network drive, and choose properties.

2. Chose the previous versions tab.

3. Chose a time and date, and press view.

 

 

 


Last update:
2011-06-20 22:24
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