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Long File Path Lister 1.0

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Hi,

I am trying to get a full list of long file names for a client as they are starting to cause problems, I have found "Long File Path Lister 1.0" and on a test machine appears to work fine.

My question is has anyone used this software?
or
can anyone recomend something that will do the same job?
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Path Scanner is a cool tool that Ive ised for that:
http://www.parhelia-tools.com/products/pathscanner/PathScanner.aspx

Toghether with this, take a look at the MS KB for this type of issue:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320081

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