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"&" searching for ampersandin a file/folder name

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Hi All,

Windows XP/7/8 network with 1 server 2011.

Is there a way to search for files/folders with the & sign in their name?

My client has hit a snag where is backup/restore device using a web gui and the & sign in the titles are causing problems with navigation.

TIA
Gareth
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Found the answer - in the search window in Explore type: name:~"*&*"
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