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- If you're using a standard file share, enable large file shares on your storage account and increase the size of file share quota to take advantage of the large file share support. Large file shares support great IOPS and bandwidth limits; see Azure Files scalability and performance targets for details.
- If you're using a premium file share, increase the provisioned file share size to increase the IOPS limit. To learn more, see the Understanding provisioning for premium file shares.
- If you have enabled soft delete for azure file share you can recover those files. Azure Files offers soft delete for file shares so that you can more easily recover your data when it's mistakenly deleted by an application or other storage account user. To learn more about soft delete, see How to prevent accidental deletion of Azure file shares. Best practices for disaster recovery with Azure File
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