I was wondering if there is a reasonable way to loop through a users entire C:\Documents and Settings folder to delete every "*.exd" file with a VBscript? If this is not a good way to do things, other suggestions would be OK, but not preferred. We could also remove manually through a Windows search, but this requires visiting every user individually.
A sample of the problem is listed here
, but I am rather unfamiliar with C language and there are some differences. We also have an Excel add-in which generates *.exd files but are stored in a different location within the "Documents and Settings" folder.
We have encountered this problem after migrating from Office 2003 to 2010 - while staying with Windows XP.
Any help is greatly appreciated - as this is kind of urgent! Thanks!