Hello, I have seen this issue in multiple posts, but I have not yet found a working answer so I'm creating a post for my specific issue. I am trying to clean out my Deleted Files folder on CC. When I select all items in the folder, many of them will not be deleted due to a red error message "Cannot delete an asset permanently because someone has restored it." I work with multiple collaborators all using the same Cloud so there are about 5 people deleting files from different computers. I am the admin so I would like to be able to clean out the folder once files have been deleted by everyone which I try to do once a week. So if someone has restored them somehow, why are they still showing in the Deleted Files folder? And it's not just a few. It's hundreds of files.
How can I clean them all out? This is a big issue because I have to go in every week and select individual files to see if they can be deleted or will give an error. Has anyone found a solution to this problem or should I contact Adobe directly to report it as a bug? Thank you.
I agree that the link does not address the stated problem (I am having the exact same one). AFTER following the steps described in this link, I get that attached alert. It is true whether I select just one file or all. In case the attachment does now show, it is a red alert box reading: "Cannot delete an asset permanently because someone has restored it"