Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows 7 Pro x64
I've got a user profile that contains files which have a path and filename that are to long to be handled by the operating system. So I can't delete the files. I've got GPO's running that should clean up these files during logoff. Logging off takes very long time, and then i get an error message that the profile could not sync properly. That's because the policy is unable to delete the files.0
Can I delete the files in question somehow? With a powershell script maybe?
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