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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Call me suspicious but there's two possible reasons I can see: accidental deletions wouldn't preclude you from reattaching the VHD and NIC to a new VM, keeping the key pieces available. The other reason is because the more orphan files the more you're paying for things you don't need. VM-sprawl if you will is in their business interest.

    That being said, if the first reason is true, you can at least leave it in a recycle bin for a while (perhaps you do) and then purge it for good (but of course not charge for this fail-safe storage.

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