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temporary directory is not found or there is not enough disk space?

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When i rey to open AD users and computers on my server i get that message.  I has been deleting files to free up some space.  I think i may have deleted a temp folder it wants.  I still have a c:\temp.  what else should i look for?  the AD can be opened on another server so i know the Directory is ok.
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Lee W, MVP earned 1000 total points
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See if this applies:
http://www.kbalertz.com/kb_Q231757.aspx

Also,
Open a command prompt and type:

CD %TEMP%

What happens?
If it doesn't work, type:

MD %TEMP%

Then try everything again.
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by:YankeeFan03
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wow, you are good.  the article applied but i had a temp directory listed in there.  once i did the MD %temp% it worked again.

thanks
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by:jlpulido
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It worked. Thanks!!!
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by:rccomp
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Worked for me too!
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by:OuSir
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Thank's, It really works and gets alive.
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