Moved files from shared folder and they disappeared

I just suffered a catastrophic data loss and I’m hoping that someone here knows how to recover lost Google docs.

I have two Google accounts: one personal, one for work. I created several files for a work-related report on my personal account, then shared the folder with my work account. Using my work account, I then moved the files to a parent directory. I received a pop-up that said that this might “cause some users to lose access.” I naively clicked OK.

The result seems to be that the files no longer exist on either account.

Ctrl + Z yields a “Nothing to Undo” message.

I realize now what I should have done, but I really need to recover these files. Can anyone here help?

Canonical folder structure for very large C++ project with multiple subprojects (that may have subprojects of their own)

I know there is technically no “standard” to C++ project structure, but I am working on my own set of C++ libraries that is quickly growing and the project structure is getting out of hand.

Right now I have a bunch of separate CMake projects with the following structure (which seems to be the canonical CMake project structure for a simple project):

project/     CMakeLists.txt     doc/     include/     src/     test/ 

These libraries all have their own git repositories and are managed separately, but I am finding that many of the libraries have somewhat related functionality so it would make a lot of sense to put them in one “super” project that has subprojects of the different related libraries. The issue with this, is there doesn’t seem to be any standard structure to do this.

I was thinking I might do something like this…:

superproject/     CMakeLists.txt     project1/         CMakeLists.txt         doc/         include/         src/         test/     project2/         CMakeLists.txt         doc/         src/         test/     etc... 

But then there’s the issue of how do I structure it when one of my subprojects has a subproject of its own? Adding another project folder under one of the subprojects with its own doc/ include/ src/ and test/ folders seems like its getting a bit messy…

I know there are some HUGE C++ projects out there (on the order of 10s of millions of lines of code)… so someone has to have figured out a very good way to keep things organized. What do most companies do when faced with this problem. Is there any “standard” way to approach this?

disk drive about full. Library folder has over 100 GB

I have an old iMac running High Sierra. I have an internak 250 GB drive and a 4 TB eternal hdd. My internal drive is about full. I was going to clear up some room but I noticed my library folder has over 100 GB. Is there anyway to delete some of the files and folders in the library folder. Can the library folder be moved to the HDD instead.

I asked a similar question a couple of months ago and was told to turn on disk opimization. I’ve done that. Now i’m asking if there is anything I can do about the library folder?

how to give read and write acess in ubuntu to a particular user to acess partucular folder in ntfs partition

i have two users in a system. userA and userB. while userA is root user. i want userB to give read and write access to a particular folder in ntfs partition, while remaining partition is read only. currently both users have read and write access to ntfs partition.

Duplicate Public Folder SMTP address in O365

We are undergoing a Exchange 2010 to O365 migration and put domain in Hybrid mode (using, then put Public Folder in Hybrid mode (using, while we migrated users in small batches. Once users had been all migrated, we used to try and migrate the Public Folders, but it failed at step 7 (Complete migration) due to Public Folders due to “More than 10 mail public folders in Active Directory were not linked to any pubic folder during migration”.

After some days speaking to our O365 support company without fixing the issue, we decided to speed thing up by exporting and importing data via PST. The day we did this, I exported the existing Public Folders to PST, ran `Set-OrganizationConfig -RemotePublicFolderMailboxes $ Null -PublicFoldersEnabled Local’ and when the old full ones had disappeared and the new empty ones appeared began to import the PST’s into the prior created Public Folders in a new Public Folder Mailbox in O365 EAC.

When I went to mail enable these new public folders, I couldn’t due to the SMTP address being used by the on-prem Public Folders still having them, so I removed all Public Folder objects from\Microsoft Exchange System Objects via AD Users and Computers, then waited for the next AD sync; next removed the PFBybridDatabase (and the mailbox contained with it, first) in on-prem exchange, then waiting for another AD sync; and lastly then trying turning off Public Folder Synchronization in AD Sync, all without removal of the duplicates. I did notice PFMailbox1 changing from the Secondary Hierarchy, to Primary around this time, which from my reading made me think that the Public Folders in the original hidden mailbox that was created as part of the Public Folder hybrid setup was gone, and therefore the duplicates would disappear, but 24 hours on they still appear in the GAL, and in other places (see below).

The below cmdlet lists all of the offending Public Folders (the ones without -PF), but the remove-public folder cmdlet only allows one to reference a Public Folder by it’s position in the Public Folder folder hierarchy, not alias, identity, GUID, etc. As these are not visible, I am lost for the next step (Microsoft has been contacted but it seems it may take days for them to escalate the ticket to Tier2/3 who I trust will know how to help quickly).

The new Public Folders are working fine in every other way, apart from the inability to set their e-mail address as they were set on the old on-prem ones. Has anyone got any experience with removing Public Folders a less conventional way?

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Give IIS 8 Permission to Write to a Network Folder

Created an API using ASP.Net MVC on the .Net Framework. It runs on Windows Server 2012R2. I built a POST Action that uploads an image locally to the server, compresses and renames it. This part works perfectly. I am coming into issues when I then try and move that image to a network file server. The only way I have gotten the move process to work is by granting write permission to Everyone, which of course we do not want to do.

I have tried to assign IIS_IUSSRS write permissions but the only IIS_IUSRS I can apply is to the file server like: FILE-SRVR\IIS_IUSRS and this doesn’t work. I think what I need to apply is: API-SRVR\IIS_IUSRS but the file server folder cannot navigate to that location.

I’ve also tried using the application pool but the file server does not recognize the application pool name as well. Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated!

CMS with folder explorer

I’m looking for a Content Management System to replace an existing Desktop app written in Visual Basic. I want to make the change of environment as small as possible due to the design and large size of the existing Desktop app. Is there a CMS with folder explorer and could give a look and feel similar to a VB app. Ideally something which can be customised and worked upon would be ideal.