Posted by Tom Fulton on August 19, 2014 at 14:11:47:
I'm having a devil of a time dealing with files that I need to store at remote C/A locations, primarily graphics images that get loaded & printed onto Windows CForms. My issue is that the typical path for any of these files goes down c:\users\usernamehere\AppData\Local\Temp\CAFiles... The IT support guy for this account has anti-virus that is run periodically that blasts anything it deems suspicious in the ...\Temp folder & subfolders. Whenever I feel confident I have all these images installed I'll get a call from another remote user where everything is gone. Is there a way to designate a permanent file path for directory aliases vs a temporary file path? In COPYFILE there's a flag for creating a directory alias if it doesn't exist - how about being able to designate a permanent vs a temporary path? Permanent could be down c:\users\usernamehere\AppData\Signature Systems\.... as opposed to the Temp path.
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