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Help! I deleted my DotNetNuke page or module

Back in December, I did a video about the DotNetNuke event log.  A commonly over looked feature in DotNetNuke that can cause your database size to grow for no apparent reason, but also has very valuable information about things that are going wrong in your DotNetNuke installation.

Today, we are going to look at another commonly over looked feature of DotNetNuke and once again, this feature is not only one that can chew up a lot of space if you don’t know about it, it can also save your butt or at least save you a considerable amount of time.

I’m talking about the recycle bin.

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