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I'm having an issue with some file called ASPNET, what is it & how do you go about removing it? I've tried the search files & folders to remove it. But any time I click on it I get the error message cannot read file or folder.
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That is a system folder from the Microsoft dot net installation... You can't just remove it.
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I'm also having an issue with a Run As pop up. How do you remove or disable that?
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