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Geir Hogstad

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    unplanned  ·  21 comments  ·  Azure Resource Manager  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Geir Hogstad commented  · 

    That would be useful, if you would like other than skilled technicians to users your services. We are many that just want to use. And sometimes test. A "trash can" for restore the nest 24 hours would be great. To restore a deleted Azure Resource. You could say I should had backup. Yes, if I knew how it worked and how to set it up. On a service like Azure I assumed it was a backup.

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    Geir Hogstad commented  · 

    It would had been great to have a "paper tray" where deleted resources was saved for a day or two. I managed to delete my whole App Service. Containing 5 years of WordPress work. Many using services like that is not to familiar with all the expressions on the Azure Portal. How things is connected. You usually notice very fast if someone critical is deleted. So a recover posssibility for a day or 2 would be wonderful.

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