our network environment includes a Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2012 server. A user accidentally deletes a file from version control. You need to restore the deleted file to version control. What should you do?

A. • Add a file with the same name in the same place in source control as the old file. • Right-click the file in the source control explorer and select Rollback. • Roll back the file to a change set right before the file was deleted.
B. • In Visual Studio 2012 click Tools, then click Options. • Expand the Source Control option, select Visual Studio Team Foundation, and then select Show deleted items in the Source Control Explorer. • Right-click the file in Source Control Explorer and select Rollback. • Roll back the file to a changeset right before the file was deleted.
C. • In Visual Studio 2012 click Tools, then click Options. • Expand the Source Control option and select Visual Studio Team Foundation, then select Show deleted items in the Source Control Explorer. • Right-click the file in Source Control Explorer and select Advanced, then select Get Specific Version. • Select a version of the file created right before the file was deleted.
D. • In Visual Studio 2012 click Tools, then click Options. • Expand the Source Control option and select Visual Studio Team Foundation, then select Show deleted items in the Source Control Explorer.

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