If it is not right to do anything, then the file could be overwritten. The probability of this is higher if the delete time has passed and/or the drive with the deleted file was used extensively.
First and foremost, you need to ensure the complete absence of any write operations to the disk, which was kept remote backup of SQL-I.
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It also does not save the archive with the program on the disk from which you deleted the backup.
If in auto mode nothing is there, then perhaps it will make sense to look for the owner, but is a separate problem.
Also, if we are talking about the SSD, the desired backup can be removed by the TRIM command (if so, then the situation becomes sad). Hoping that it hasn't happened yet, no harm will disable TRIM.