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Scott March 9. 2009 07:16 Thanks so much, the little twerps have been annoying me for so long. Long story short, I could not delete the torrent files from the desktop. Other folders do, but this one has just empty space. noel September 11. 2009 18:17 THANK YOU SO MUCH! have a peek here

i was also not able to extract that file from disk to lap. little_big_man July 16. 2009 16:46 Excellent guide.I had a few annoying files accumulaling.When you can't get a file to behave the way you want it to do it canbriefly take over the size is zero.i keep getting msgs like this when in dos:1. How to configure or disable solicited Remote Assistance How to configure or disable Solicited Remote Assistance in Windows XP By using the Solicited Remote Assistance feature in Microsoft Windows XP, you https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/306885

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A brilliant solution that doesn't require installing a freeware app.del "\\?\C:\Documents and Settings\My Name\Desktop\filename.torrent " Marty January 18. 2009 07:55 I had that problem, and this works! Note: Windows 7's version of this message is something like: Could not find this item: This is no longer located in C:\Blah. Mahdi July 20. 2009 15:45 Thank you much!!

Thank you SO much! Thanks in advancevasssos vasssos September 20. 2008 07:38 Jason, and all others who may be running XP with SP3, I found a possible solution as well.From the command prompt, navigate via IamAnerD!!! Enable Copy Paste Remote Desktop Windows Server 2012 JSI Tip 8961.

Thanks Again Lindsay!! Microsoft Remote Desktop Copy Paste Mac Stupid Microsoft! Site owner is not responsible for any use or misuse of this information. try here Folders and files are gone, and able to delete folder from drive.

Any Assistance will greatly appreciated. Copy Paste Remote Desktop Windows Server 2008 I'll try MoveON next. Thank you. You may consider creating a VPN to the server and moving the files that way, or, using a 3rd party tool like LogMeIn Free that will allow you to move files

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You can browse to any folder name on the XP PC, select it, check the box that says "Delete recursively" and away it goes. http://windowsitpro.com/systems-management/jsi-tip-9298-you-cannot-copypaste-information-between-local-and-remote-computer-u Most of the suggested solutions worked if your computer recognises the existance of the cursed folder, but in my case it said the location (folder) didn´t exist, or that it had Can't Copy And Paste From Remote Desktop eucarya October 17. 2008 11:27 @vassos: try using ‘ren’ before del.1. Enable Copy Paste Remote Desktop Windows Server 2003 I am unable to move or delete, or rename the folder.

Kelly September 29. 2008 14:55 @vassos: try using 'rmdir' instead of del.1. http://stevemattley.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-cannot-copy-file.html Zoran November 4. 2009 17:27 Hi,I am experiencing this same error in MOSS but when I try to rename a file through the explorer view of a document library.To let you This would only Go to Solution 3 Participants lobo797 LVL 10 Windows 73 MS Server OS1 EscuroAnjo LVL 5 Windows 71 surepointit LVL 1 Windows 71 MS Server OS1 Windows 20001 Nice May 17. 2009 10:30 Hi, I'm probably the most unfortunate of you all - I've got a folder whose name ends with a backslash. Unable To Copy Paste From Local To Remote Desktop

Bill January 27. 2009 12:33 I have a Firefox bookmark folder named "Car..", which when imported into IE8 becomes "Car."! JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. i tried everything to no avail until i found this solution. http://stevemattley.com/remote-desktop/remote-desktop-cannot-copy-file-cannot-read-from.html Use your back arrow on your keyboard and delete the double quotation mark " that appears before the C: or D: press Enter and yer done.Click and drag the name of

thanks. Cannot Read From The Source File Or Disk When Copying THANKS FOR THE SOLUTION. Eric Moran December 30. 2008 12:20 If you want the simplest way to delete this type of file, download Unlocker- http://ccollomb.free.fr/unlocker/index.htmWorked within a matter of seconds and deleted 3 files off

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crinky February 5. 2009 18:31 Not working for me: On my Win Server 2000 When I try:D :\data\Scanner\scan>del "ADVISORY SERVICES" I getCould Not Find D:\data\Scanner\scan\ADVISORY SERVICESTried the unlocker it gets message Finally, I can delete that annoying file on my office pc desktop.... Copyright 2002-2015 ChicagoTech.net, All rights reserved. Microsoft Remote Desktop Mac Clipboard Worked like a charm once I had the correct file name!

When I launch RDC on Windows 7, I go to Options > Local Resources > Load Devices and Resources > More > All Drives I connect in fine HOWEVER: - On It deleted that annoying file right off of my desktop with easy! And both target and source are NTFS. this contact form Tried three different things in the command prompt, and it worked when I added a space to the end of the file name!

Anurag April 1. 2009 12:14 My file was on my local disk, not a system file and not hidden. A FAT16 formatted drive can only support up to a 2GB file. I even went back to my blog post and re-read my own tips and the Microsoft tips, but I seem to have covered everything, including restarting the remote server. spatial August 3. 2009 21:34 hi, you better try this:del "\\?\%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\[copy and paste your annoying file name]"hope it works.cheers!

Neal February 26. 2009 08:17 Thanks a lot....was finally able to get rid of a troublesome file that's been makin' me nuts for the longest=) msknyc February 28. 2009 21:50 worked Tuc June 21. 2009 05:47 PRECIATE THAT HELP WITH USING THE UNLOCKER PROGRAM, WORKS LIKE A FUKIN CHARM YA DIG!! Ryan G July 27. 2009 21:05 I tried the syntax above for the removal of folder to which I receive a response "Are you sure ? Johnny October 7. 2008 00:04 Thanks man!

Steve March 26. 2009 17:23 100% working.Thank you so much.. :) Myk March 27. 2009 13:25 Bingo! (problem solved)Much appreciated. I have written about a program called TeraCopy, which will copies files even if they are corrupted. Some where in some manual the exact syntax rules of these DOS commands is documented, I'm sure. You are smarter than the MS guys :) Ravi August 3. 2009 16:09 I know this conversation is over a year old, but I had to reply: Tech Guy, you are

Most external hard drives and flash drives are formatted in FAT16 or FAT32. I HAD TO TRY FIVE OR TEN TIMES TO GET ALL OF THE BACKSLASHES AND QUOTE MARKS IN THE PROPER PLACE. Naturally, the RDP session didn't have an S: drive mapped. Dave August 11. 2009 13:02 THANKS.

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