You have a standalone computer that runs Windows 10 Enterprise. The computer is configured to automatically back up files by using File History. The user of the computer uses the OneDrive desktop app to sync files.
The Previous Versions settings from the local group policy of the computer are shown in the following graphic.
Use the drop-down menus to select the answer choice that completes each statement based on the information presented in the graphic.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
When a file is deleted from the local OneDrive folder with File Explorer, the deletion is replicated to Onedrive.com and the file is moved to the OneDrive recycle bin. The deleted file can therefore be recovered from the Recycle Binon Onedrive.com.
If a user deletes a file from a local drive by using File Explorer, the file cannot be restored. If the file is not in the OneDrive folder, it will not be a file that is synced to onedrive.com. We could use Previous Versions to restore the file but this is prevented by the Group Policy settings. The “Prevent restoring local previous versions” C Enabled group policy setting would prevent the previous version from being restored.