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What is the Recycle Bin in Azure AD?

We are all familiar with AD restore and Recycle Bin functionalities. Azure also has a recycle bin. When you delete an object, that object is not permanently deleted. By default, that object will be in a recycle bin for 30 days.

Do I need to enable the Active Directory Recycle Bin?

We recommend that you enable the Active Directory Recycle Bin feature for your on-premises instances of Active Directory (AD) that are synchronized to Azure AD. If you accidentally deleted an on-premises AD user object and restore it using the feature, Azure AD restores the corresponding Azure AD user object.

What happens to your deleted objects in Azure AD?

We had seen in a previous tutorial how to remove a user from your Azure AD and as we had mentioned, for questions of security, objects are not really totally deleted. There are indeed stored in a recycle bin and are restorable up to 30 days after their deletions.

How do I recover deleted files from Azure?

Azure also has a recycle bin. When you delete an object, that object is not permanently deleted. By default, that object will be in a recycle bin for 30 days. The output of Get-MsolUser -ReturnDeletedUsers PowerShell cmdlet will provide all the objects from Recycle Bin.


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