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I'm using the explorer bar (the bar to the left of the main folder/files section in an explorer window) to show folders.

I don't have access to open any of the folders, themselves (at least none on C:\ (the C drive).

For some reason, I do however have copy rights (I can copy the folders).

Because I can only see the folders, is there a way for me to copy the main folder, but not any of the subfolders?

A localized example could be how to copy all files in C:\documents...[user]\my documetns\ but none of the folders (ex. C:\documents...[user]\my documetns\my pictures...)

Is there a way for me only to copy a folder, but not its subfolders?

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Are you sure you're not asking how to fix your permissions problem? – Daniel Beck Nov 28 '11 at 19:17
    
No... there is deferentially a problem there :). I can copy the entire folder, it'll just take a while. I can't however open up the file (at least not through explorer.exe) – wizlog Nov 28 '11 at 20:21

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