I delete files and a few seconds later they reappear.



USMCSGT
07-10-2005, 12:44 AM
I have a server and the files are on the server. Each time I delete they
reappear. This drive is a "my" of the server.

Any help would be appreciated.

NoNoBadDog!
07-10-2005, 12:44 AM
Perhaps you would be nice enough to explain what a "my" of a server is.

Do you have permission to delete files from the server?

Bobby

"USMCSGT" <USMCSGT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have a server and the files are on the server. Each time I delete they
> reappear. This drive is a "my" of the server.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>

kurttrail
07-10-2005, 12:44 AM
USMCSGT wrote:
> I have a server and the files are on the server. Each time I delete
> they reappear. This drive is a "my" of the server.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.

Hell, tell all the numbskulls that delete files they wanted to keep what
you did to have that functionality.

Better yet, patent it, and sell it to MS for hundreds of millions!


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SRGriffin
07-10-2005, 12:44 AM
This is because of the file protection in windows. It replaces files that
become damaged, first from your dllcache, but if there missing and protected,
will then ask for your original disk to replace.

Look at sfc documentation.

-SRG

"USMCSGT" wrote:

> I have a server and the files are on the server. Each time I delete they
> reappear. This drive is a "my" of the server.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>

Steve N.
07-10-2005, 12:47 AM
SRGriffin wrote:

> This is because of the file protection in windows. It replaces files that
> become damaged, first from your dllcache, but if there missing and protected,
> will then ask for your original disk to replace.
>
> Look at sfc documentation.
>
> -SRG

How can you assume they are system files? They could just as eaily be
files dropped by a trojan.

Steve

>
> "USMCSGT" wrote:
>
>
>>I have a server and the files are on the server. Each time I delete they
>>reappear. This drive is a "my" of the server.
>>
>>Any help would be appreciated.
>>

Steve N.
07-10-2005, 12:47 AM
USMCSGT wrote:

> I have a server and the files are on the server. Each time I delete they
> reappear.

What files?

> This drive is a "my" of the server.

What the heck does that mean?

>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>

You need to give more details.

Steve


I delete files and a few seconds later they reappear.