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Can't copy folder to mobile device in Win 7

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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
The user has a Win 7 Pro computer and a Motorola 9090 mobile computer scanner running Win CE, connected via windows mobile device center.  If I open windows explorer on the computer and try to copy c:\symbol\abc\application to the root of the mobile device (where the application folder is), I get this error on the computer screen:

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Copy Folder

X  Cannnot Copy Application

A file or folder with the same name already exists on the device.

>> Stop Copying

>> Skip This File
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It does NOT give you the choice that we get in XP to overwrite.  I assume this has got to be something in Win 7, because I can move this very same scanner over to an XP computer and do this copy with no problem.  I also know this is not a problem specific to this computer or this scanner, because I've seen this happen in a Win 7 environment before--and did not know how to resolve it.

Is there a setting in Win 7 that might be blocking this copy?  How can I get it to give me the option to go ahead and overwrite, like XP does?  TIA

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