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Machete

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Hi - Is it possible to search the deleted items in Workspace?

Why do I need to search the deleted items?
A - I use a 3rd party application to bulk rename photos. I Sync folders through the Workspace Client to my desktop and then use the software to rename the files. When I do this, the Workspace Client sees these as new files and since the old files are gone, it deletes those on the server and then uploads the same files with the new names. I now have hundreds of photos in my deleted items and no way to selectively delete those without deleting everything in the deleted items.

While I find we need a way to search the deleted items, I also am finding that we need a way to permanently delete specific files.

I hope someone can tell me these are already features and I just couldn't find them.
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BudDurland

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You can't do the rename in a temp folder, then move the new files to the KWS sync folder? IIRC, in Windows, a rename operation can also move a file to a different folder.

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Machete

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Hi - Changing them before importing into KWS is not an option. Sometimes I get 100 photos in at once for an inspection report and it might be a week+ until the report gets completed (when the photos get renamed). Until the report is done, I have to store them in Kerio so they are in a "controlled" system. So I have to rename them after they are in the KWS.
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