How to move deleted files to recycle bin with mapped network drive – QnapDoes QNAP have a built in setting where you can setup a function that if you cmd-delete something it gets moved to a Trash folder onto your drive?And then you can periodically delete it later?
Network Recycle Bin
|•||To delete all the files in the bin, click “Empty All Network Recycle Bin”.|
|•||To recover deleted files from the Network Recycle Bin, right click the files in the @Recycle folder and select “RECOVER”.|
|•||To permanently delete a file in the recycle bin, right click the file in the @Recycle folder and select “Del (from recycle)”.|
|•||To empty the recycle bin for an individual shared folder, right click inside the recycle bin and select “Empty Recycle Bin”.|
Restricting Access to Network Recycle Bin
The Network Recycle Bin can be configured for access by administrators only. To do so, please go to “Control Panel” > “Privilege Settings” > “Shared Folders”, click the “Property” button under “Action” for the shared folder to be configured and check “Restrict the access of Recycle Bin to administrators only for now”.
|Caution: All files in the network recycle bins will be permanently deleted when files are deleted in “@Recycle” on the network share or when you click “Empty All Network Recycle Bins”. Moreover, the Network Recycle Bin feature is not supported for USB/eSATA external storage devices and virtual disk.|