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I seem to have accidentally destroyed a drive yesterday. Not sure how I did it, and wasn't "drunk-admining" either lol :/ Only thing I can figure is perhaps I mis-clicked something and didn't realize.

 

So I have a feature request, perhaps this isn't how it happened, maybe it's just a fluke, I don't know. But can we perhaps separate these in the dialog? Maybe, move the destroy to a different place entirely? Or what I think would be better is to put a fail-safe in here where there is a "Protect drive from Destruction" feature, where unless a box unchecked, you simply CAN'T destroy the drive, unless you go in and positively un-check that box, THEN go and destroy it. Ideally, these would be in two separate locations (sort of like OUs in Active Directory).

 

The data wasn't critical, and I haven't suffered a loss, so I'm not concerned. But I am a little puzzled how it happened. 

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It does give you another prompt making sure that you want to proceed with destroying the drive once clicked.  I do agree that this button should be in a different location altogether as to prevent any accidental destroys.

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This has been an issue that has come up in the past. Namely with people just skimming the prompt and clicking "ok" anyways. 

 

The software will come up with a warning prompt, for you to agree to that, and then it REQUIREs you to type in the word "destroy" to verify that you want to delete the drive. 

http://stablebit.com/Support/CloudDrive/Manual?Section=Destroying%20your%20Drive

 

So, there shouldn't be any way to accidentally destroy a drive here. You can't even just click through to do so.

 

 

 

As for recovery, we "delete" the files, so unless the provider offers the option/ability to restore deleted files, there isn't much that can be done here. 

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