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If I have a "PROGRAM" installed on "SERVER 1" and have "WORKSTATION 1" with a mapped network drive to "SERVER 1" and a file was deleted on "SERVER 1" from the mapped network drive on "WORKSTATION 1", I need to be able to restore the deleted file on "SERVER 1".

Does anyone know of a program that will do this?
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findntfs, you can specify the file path. not exactly what your are looking for but close.

easy recovery pro: expensive

most everything else either is forensic level or is required to be intalled prior to the deletion.

and if the file or place on the drive has been overwritten.... tough luck.
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I need to know a preinstalled program (that will be installed on the file server) that can recover files from a mapped network drive on a workstation that was deleted on the file server.
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sounds like a backup stratagy would be more inline with what you want.

Computer associates mkaes arcserve
Veritas is the industry standard for servers


for file recovery:
ontrack's easy data recovery pro


well, it depends on what os you have what I would recommend. some file recovery software doesn't work on servers or doesn't monitor file deletions from a network/remote source.
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I am using windows 2000
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http://www.executive...te/undelete.asp

http://www.quantumsoft.co.uk/undelete/

http://diskinternals.com/

these are just a few I found by doing a google search.
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