Is there a way to batch delete all items in the recycle bin on the client side in SharePoint Online?
I’m open to anything which doesn’t involve central admin or server side access. Any direction would be appreciated.
Below works for UNRAR to a certain folder. “unrar e -r -o- /home/username/source/directory/*.rar /home/username/copy/extracted/to”
But I want to delete the source folder when its done.
File structure is .r00, .r01, .r02…
In this “unrar e -r -o- /home/username/source/directory/*.rar /home/username/copy/extracted/to” Where would I put the delete command when the extracting is done?
I am installing Ubuntu 19.04 on laptop(it has SSD drive) that comes with Free DOS predinstalled. I set BIOS to boot as uefi and I will delete all current partitions and create efi (with boot flag), root and home. Will everything be OK or, I will need to update firmware. Thank you in advance.
I am using Batch Delete using Powershell.
After batch delete, items are moved to recycle bin.
spWeb.RecycleBin.DeleteAll(); will delete all items from recycle bin. Instead, i want to remove only those items which i have batch deleted.
For that, i came across a command
spWeb.RecycleBin.Delete(Guid ids); but i am missing something while implementing it. As a result i am getting error :
Exception calling "Delete" with "1" argument(s): "Specified argument was out of the range of valid values.Parameter name: ids"
Following is the PowerShell Code used to achieve the same:
[Guid]$ a = "fcfdc7d3-ef59-4988-b3e9-0ae7184c6c4f" (Sample GUID Present in recycle bin) $ deletions = New-Object Collections.Generic.List[System.Guid]; $ deletions.Add($ a) $ ArchiveWeb.RecycleBin.Delete($ deletions.ToArray());
What i am missing here?
I am new to Sharepoint, i need to delete a folder, but it is not allowed because someone made a check-out on that folder.
The one who made the check-out is on vacation and the folder needs to be deleted.
How can i delete that folder?
I want to delete my old facebook account from a few years ago. I no longer have access to the email address associated with the account or the phone number. I have tried to report it numerous times as 'Can no longer access my profile' but nothing has come of it.
I want burn the latest release to a USB but the only one I have available at the moment is 1.8 GB and the ISO is 1.95.
I can find a bigger USB but I’d like to get on with it.
Long time ago i was trying to fix a corrupted sd card, or usb, i don’t remember. After some failed attemps, i give up, but the disk keeps showing up with fdisk -l, gparted, and disks. How can i delete this ghost disk?
This is the ghost disk:
Disk /dev/sdb: 22,4 GiB, 24015495168 bytes, 46905264 sectors Disk model: SanDisk SSD U100 Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: gpt Disk identifier: BC49F78D-AD2F-4BEA-8731-80F808B9120D