So if you want a windows command prompt open and its CWD is say, "C:\xyzzy\", and you attempt to delete the directory c:\xyzzy somewhere else, the delete will fail.
Most unix shells don't block deletion of the CWD like this.
We have automation that installs and deletes stuff and is always getting foiled by things like a command prompt sitting on a directory.
Is there anyway to tell windows "delete this directory, I don't care who has open files in it"?
It would be nice if this were a system setting.