Documents and Settings\%USER_NAME%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLK#\
when attempting to open any attachment i get error
Can't open this item. Can't create file: anyfilename.ext
Right-click the folder you want to create the file in, and
then click Properties on the shortcut menu to check your
permissions to that folder"
found something that advised to edit the registry as i
didnot want to do that i deleted the contents of this
folder d:\Documents and Settings\%USER_NAME%\Local
Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLK#\ and i was then
able to open attachments ok.
is there a setting that limits the size this folder gets
to. if so how to i amen...Local settings
In my app I need to display and enter values in a (derived CEdit) using ','
or '.' depending on localsettings. Regardless of the setting of 'Control
Panel | Regional Options | Numbers | Decimal Symbol' it will use the '.'
How can I make sure both possibilities will be handled correctly.
If oneone has an example it would help a lot I think
Here is a function I wrote to insert comma separaters... This might help.
The function takes a "value" and creates a string formatted with commas. In
this case I don't use decimals, but this could easily be ...recover outlook pst file from local settings folder of a deleted user profile
Is it possilbe to recover an Outlook PST file which was
saved to the users profile DOCUMENTS and SETTINGS dir, in
their LOCAL SETTINGS folder, if the Users profile was
removed via the XP User Profiles managment.
I had made a copy of the user profile, then removed it,
then had the user login , thus re-creating a NEW profile.
When I went to the copied profile to get the data, the
PST file was gone. The Local Settings folder was
apparently NOT copied with the rest of the user profile.
Is there anyway to get it back?
...Missing Local Settings Folder
I recently installed the OEM version of XP Pro, and it seems just fine;
however, I found an oddity.
The app I'm running should have a folder like:
C:\Documents and Settings\joe\Local Settings\Application
But it has no such path, except for C:\Documents and Settings\joe\
I only have a few apps installed at this point. SeaMonkey browser, Paint
Shop Pro, and some accurate time apps, which are very small.
W. eWatson wrote:
> I recently installed the OEM version of XP Pro, and it seems just
> fine; however, I found an oddity.
&...Money cannot creare a temporary file in 'C:\Documents and Settings\[USER]\Local Settings\Temp'
I just started to get this kind of error message when I make bakups with my
Money 2003 Deluxe:
"Money cannot creare a temporary file in 'C:\Documents and
I checked the folder mentioned and my WinXP user account has the privilges
on that folder (as it is supposed to have).
How I can solve it?
Thank in advance.
Di Fresco Marco
> I just started to get this kind of error message when I make bakups with
> Money 2003 Deluxe:
> "Money cannot creare a temporary file in 'C:\Documents and
> Settings\[USER]\Local...The location of C:\Documents and Settings\User\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLKE5\file name
I am trying to find out where Outlook 2002 sets the location "C:\Documents
and Settings\User\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\OLKE5\" as the
default for opening up an attachment in an email. When I have an email with
an attachment and I double click it to open it within the email, the
attachment opens up in the proper application, but if I try to do a save as
it will try to save it to the location mentioned above as a default.
We were having some problems opening a specific rtf attachment that was
being sent daily and nightly to several recipients. The email attachment
had ...user profile and local settings
We are increasing security and are changing many users from administrator
capabilities to restricted. A handful of people lose their desktop settings
as well as outlook. I believe it has something to do with the local settings
folder but I am not sure. Does anyone have any ideas?
Sorry, but this newsgroup is for questions about Access, the database
product that's part of Office Professional.
You'd be best off reposting your question to a newsgroup related to whatever
operating system you're using.
Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
http://I.Am/DougSteele...Forcing VB6 to NOT Use Local Settings
Some VB functions are Local Aware. How do I force them to NOT be
"jim evans" <jimsTAKEOUTnews2@houston.rr.com> wrote in message
> Some VB functions are Local Aware. How do I force them to NOT be
> Local Aware?
Use Str/Val. If it's a date, use Format(). To convert back from a string
that you formatted back to date, such as US Date, use Split(), then use
DateSerial+TimeSerial to reconstruct VB Date. See function
ConvertAnyDateFormat() at the link below which can convert dates based on a ...Why is "Local Settings" folder NOT shown in WinExplorer ?
On one of my computers the folder
C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Local Settings
IS shown in WinExplorer whereas on another it is NOT.
The folder exists on both computers. I can verify it through cmdline command
All settings in WinExplorer menu
are the same. Yes, "show hidden files and folders" is enabled.
Yes "Display content of system folders" is enabled.
But on one computer the folder does not appear in WinExplorer.
What is the reason?
Yes, but you probably left "Hid Protected...C:\Documents and Settings\My Name\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\RCXZN5L9
I am running out of space on my C:\ Drive and was looking for things
to delete when I came accross the following of over 1GB.
C:\Documents and Settings\My Name\Local Settings\Temporary Internet
What is it and is it safe to delete everthing in it?
In fact is it safe to delete everthing within the C:\Documents and
Settings\Mark E. Moss\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\ Directory?
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