From a Windows workstation when I delete files over the network (e.g. a file share, server disk, etc) those files are never put into a trash can, either on my Windows workstation or on the server - they're instantly and permanently deleted. This has always sucked IMHO.
Is there a software that, in this scenario, puts the files into a trash can somewhere for easy undelete?
Maybe a Windows policy change, registry setting value, software utility, etc ?
Looking for a specific solution instead of general "Hey look into this, or try this". I'm convinced somebody has already solved this and can explain it. Thanks.