"Daniel Erkan" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Jimmy Brush schrieb:
>> It sounds like you may have changed the security on one of the
>> application compatability junctions, such as the Application Data
>> junction, and removed the "Deny: Everyone" permission from it.
>> The solution would be to put the deny permission back on the
> The security has not been altered. For the sake of testing, I even
> tried what would happen, if I even gave it permission, but either way,
> the same thing happens.
> Now I'm even in the hassle, that I can't even remove the folders it
> has created. When I try to remove them, it just says the folder is too
> long. I can't delete a single file and I can't even rename them in
> order to shorten the length.
> Argh.. now I have broken folders as well...
Try deleting using \\.\ syntax, like in this example:
RD \\.\drive letter:\path\directory name
DEL \\.\drive letter:\path\file name http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315226
Or use any tool where you can turn off use of long file names, like
Total Commander. Or, simply run Delinv http://www.purgeie.com/delinv/index.htm
Michal Kawecki [Windows - Shell/User MVP]