This is driving me nuts. On my Exchange server I'm having space issues. Using diruse I tracked down 41 gigs of space being taken up in the C:\ProgramData\Application Data folder. If I give myself permissions to read/execute on that folder, it just keeps opening up a chain of the same folder over and over again. EX: "C:\ProgramData\Application Data\Application Data\Application Data\Application Data" upon double-clicking within explorer.
How do I gain access and pinpoint where this 41 gigs of space is being taken up. I keep reading about Junction Points but I'm still not able to figure out where the C:\ProgramData\Application Data is pointing to.
Thanks again for your hlep. I'm about to pull my hair out.
The folder keeps pointing back to itself
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is D0C9-0A59
Directory of C:\ProgramData
01/19/2008 10:23 AM <JUNCTION> Application Data [C:\ProgramData]
01/19/2008 10:23 AM <JUNCTION> Desktop [C:\Users\Public\Desktop]
01/19/2008 10:23 AM <JUNCTION> Documents [C:\Users\Public\Documents]
01/19/2008 10:23 AM <JUNCTION> Favorites [C:\Users\Public\Favorites]
12/29/2010 11:24 AM <DIR> Microsoft
01/18/2011 12:26 PM 30,610 ntuser.pol
01/19/2008 10:23 AM <JUNCTION> Start Menu [C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Wind
01/19/2008 10:23 AM <JUNCTION> Templates [C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windo
1 File(s) 30,610 bytes
7 Dir(s) 17,461,456,896 bytes free