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In terms of what's available to you for free, the Best practices to backup Salesforce data lists: Data Export Service: Manual or scheduled exports of your data via the UI. Export Backup Data from Salesforce. Data Loader: Manual on-demand exports of your data via the API. Export Data. Report Export: Manual on-demand exports of your data via reports. ...


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Salesforce Data recovery service (Paid Service) is already closed on Previous year by Salesforce. Currently you can take a org backup by using below 2 ways, Native existing method: Export Backup Data from Salesforce (It's used to take a backup from specific time or weekly/monthly basis). You can use some partner build application in app exchange to recover ...


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Record Types only change the page layout that is used for a given profile for that record. It does not restrict access to the record itself (this is done with Sharing Settings). If you don't have a Record Type assigned to you, you cannot create a record of that Record Type, nor can you change a record you can edit to that Record Type. In other words, yes, ...


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If your SSO has MFA, you're in compliance with the SFDC security policy to contractually provide MFA. IMO you can just take "Session Security Level Required at Login" level down from high assurance.


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Createable means that the user can put a value in this field when they are creating a new record. Updateable means that the user can put a new value in this field when they are editing a record. If a user has Edit permission on a field, normally Createable and Updateable will both be true. However, there are times when this won't be true. For example, a ...


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Updatable for a field means the user has update permission for the object containing the field and has edit permission for the field. Creatable for a field means the user has create permission for the object containing the field and has edit permission for the field.


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