Login error, UPH Cleanup Service useless
I have 60 Windows XP PCs that run SteadyState. When restarting (after quite a bit of internet use, of course) I will get the error message "Windows cannot copy blah blah blah (which points to files at C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Setting\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\)" when trying to login. I have it checked in steadystate to delete those files when the browser closes. This forces me to have to login as administrator in order to manually delete the files. In fact, I had to do that just now. It's extremely frustrating. I downloaded and installed UPH Cleaning Service 1.6d. This did not solve my problem at all. I even tried to run a shutdown script with the command: del /q "C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Setting\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5" But it has no effect. I tried it from a command prompt and it says it can't find the location. This is getting ridiculous. Is there any way I can get around any of this at all?
February 18th, 2010 9:39pm
Hi, I'd like to inform you that this issue can be caused by one or more internet temporary files with long filename. I suggest you check the following thread and try the solutions in it:Error: "Windows cannot copy file. The filename or extension is too long."http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/windowssteadystate/thread/2186fd6f-4ce9-420d-a44b-0de9fa5e431cHope this helps!Sean Zhu - MSFT
February 22nd, 2010 6:00am