Deleted Group in FreeIPA Still Comes Up

I’m having an issue deleting a group in FreeIPA. A group was previously created called “developer” for which I want to delete.

I go into “User Groups” in FreeIPA GUI and delete the offending group name. All sounds good, but then if I go to my clients and do

getent group developer

I get

developer:*:(gid):(members list)

In other words, the still comes up. I go into the individual group members and the group does not show in their account.

How do I permanently delete this key?

I’m running FreeIPA version 4.5.4 on CentOS 7


encryption – Can verascript volumes be recovered and decrypted after been deleted?

I’m looking at veracrypt to secure some of my files stored on memory sticks. I’ve noticed that these volumes can be deleted, without accessing them first. Does this pose a security risk? Can they be recovered and would the encryption still be in place?

Also if veracrypt isn’t the best sofware to use, what would be a good alternative?

data recovery – Is it possible to recover deleted responses from Google Forms?

Yes you can get back deleted form Responses

i know this is an old post but this answer is for anyone else looking for the same solution to a similar problem quite recently.

You might have some luck here- google has quite a good auto backup system when it comes to sheets

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Your form responses are generally linked to a google sheet someplace – if you want to know which sheet name click on the green sheet logo on the right hand top corner of your google form settings – it will ask you if you want to change the location of your responses “dont click anything ” just make note of the sheet name that you see auto populated there.

Go to your google sheets in your google drive account & select that sheet that your form is linked to.

Click on “file” on the Menue

Click on “Version History > See Version History “

let it load

on the right hand side of the page you will see the diffrent auto saves done by google sheets – it includes everything that was inputed onto the google sheets -all data including that of the form, since the last time you accessed it.

Just tick the option “see changes” you will see all the changes done across the sheet in each and every timestamped version.

when you found what you looking for -clcik on “restore this version” get the data you need or deleted etc – it will all be saved here

take note this will restore your sheet back to the version you have selected based on the date & time of that auto backup you selected

I just deleted everything on my windows system through the ubuntu subsystem. Can I recover the data?

I am an idiot.

I wanted to delete all my ubuntu related files from the ubuntu subsystem within windows. So I just sudo rm -rf /* in the ubuntu home directory. I did sudo because earlier there were a lot of permission denied. Now when there were less permission denied, I started getting all sorts of other errors from windows and then I realized it was also deleting files outside of ubuntu. Now everything is working weird even in windows. I just canceled the command with ctrl+C as soon as I realized but too much has been damaged. Any way to fix this? Any way to reverse the last command?
Please help!

Recover permanently deleted files? | Forum Promotion

If you are talking about recovering files that are deleted from your computer and unable to find them in the Recycle Bin also, then you can use a recovery software to recover those permanently deleted files. The files once saved on your hard drive never get erased off the disk, and they are kept hidden to a particular hidden partition of your hard drive. There are lots of recover softwares that will help you recover all kinds of files that are permanently deleted from your recycle bin also.