Accidentally deleted offline files, need to know if they are at al recoverable...

#1
I used a solution I found online because I saw my colleagues files were all offline, she was also not communicating with the domain properly, once I got her back on the domain, the offiline files were there, so I used the solution to clear that up and get her back on a proper network drive. The BIG problem is that the stuff on the network drive was not current, and since I cleared the offline files, they were all deleted and now she has been set back as a result of this. I want to know if there is ANY ways to recover these files...I used the following solution in order to clear it up...(I won't be doing this again anytime soon)

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[TD="class: dialogMainContent"]In Windows 7 there is no user interface to delete Ofline Files cache (CSC
cache). The only way to delete cache is using registry key. Detail steps are
given below.
Open Registry editor (Execute Regedit from Run
window)
Traverse to the path path:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Csc\Parameters
If
Parameters key does not exist under CSC you can create a new node with that
name.
Now in the Parameters node create a new registry value with the name
FormatDatabase of type REG_DWORD (i.e DWord 32-bit value)
Set the data in
this new registry value to 1.
Close registry editor.
Reboot the
machine

Many thanks.
-Bryan
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#2
Any help is greatly appreciated, I feel terrible that the files are now lost :-(
If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
Thank you
 


#3
Nice post. I like it. Thanks for sharing these information. Keep it up. +o( :angel_smile:
 


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