If the CHE environment was deleted using an operation equivalent to the delete done through DsUtil, it is possible that the VM may have been permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. However, there are a few steps you can take to try and recover the VM:
Check if the VM is still available in the Azure portal. Go to the Virtual Machines section of the Azure portal and check if the VM is listed. If it is, you may be able to recover it using the "Restore VM" option.
- Check if a backup of the VM is available. If you had previously set up a backup for the VM, you may be able to restore it from a backup. Go to the Recovery Services vault section of the Azure portal and check if a backup of the VM is available.
- Contact Azure support. If you are unable to recover the VM using the above steps, you can contact Azure support for further assistance. They may be able to help you recover the VM or provide additional options for recovery.
Note that the ability to recover a deleted VM depends on several factors, including the type of deletion, the retention policies in place, and the availability of backups. It is always recommended to have a backup strategy in place to ensure that you can recover your VMs in case of accidental deletion or other issues.
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