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We had a user who posted a schematic and then wanted it removed: https://e2e.ti.com/support/power-management/f/196/t/863289
He reported back yesterday that even though we deleted it from his post, it was still visible in Google: https://e2e.ti.com/support/power-management/f/196/p/905312/3347200#3347200
Can you help to figure out how this file can be actually deleted from the servers?
Thank you, Kevin LaRosa--------------------------------------------------For more information on Multi-Channel Power Management ICs visit www.ti.com/PMIC
The PDF schematic has been removed from the E2E servers.
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
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In reply to William Traynor:
Thank you! Is there a way we should have been doing it from our side to actually delete the file in the first place? This is a moderately common request from our customers and want to make sure we do it right from the first time.
In reply to Kevin LaRosa:
No, you did it right.
In the future, when customers request we delete something, should I assign the thread to you for deletion?
Sure, that would be great.
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