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outlooksecuretempfolder

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I have a user that is having trouble seeing her PDF files. I normally can just clean the outlooksecuretempfolder and bingo, the PDF files now show. No when I go to regedit and find, and search for outlooksecuretempfolder, it is not there. I now only see DT3FNCAC and not OLK25 or what ever is supposed to be on the back end of the string. Why would this disapear? I know she should have some folders, as she has been using PDF files all morniong?
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Hello millerdog,

Try to navigate to that folder via Windows Explorer or Command prompt.

Hope this helps!
war1
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I am home now as this day was rough. I will first thing in the morning. Thanks.
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Thanks War1. Worked fine. The folder was hidden and I forgot to fix that before I started looking.
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