Every once in a while we have a student coming to us who's spent several hours working on a Word document that they have emailed to themself as an attachment. Unfortunately, rather than saving the attachment before working on it, they have used the 'Open' option, which saves it to a hidden temporary internet files folder:
C:\Users\%UserName%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\XXXXXXXX
(where XXXXXXXX is a randomly named hidden folder).
So, once they close the document, they have no obvious way of recovering their work.
Also, our student PCs are locked down by group policy so that they cannot see the C: drive, have access to the command line or change options so they can see hidden files.
How can they get to their edited document in the hidden folder.