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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
@ThomasEyde - I wonder if the below answer may be halfway towards a way to get Explorer to run the streams program against the ZIP, before launching the Explorer unzipper ¿DLL?
May
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
@AlexEssilfie + harrymc + Ian Boyd - Assuming you are not in the situation of Thomas Eyde outlined in his comment in another answer, and that you only run any stream removing method on the immediate files downloaded from the internet via IE (something I think caliban should make cleaer in this answer)... not the result of uncompressing that/those immediate files, can't see how you won't just remove the ":Zone.Identifier:$DATA" streams set by IE, which is the requirement of this question.
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
@ZoneIDTrimmer - Not sure I understand. What other tool?
May
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
Schnapple - Perhaps this question should be tagged with internet-explorer, as up until recently (as far as I am aware) this is the only browser that tags it's downloaded files in this manner. ALL - On the page support.microsoft.com/kb/883260 that jamiebarrow provided above, the relevant section is titled "Do not preserve zone information in file attachments" (Annoying that MS doesn't use uniquely ID'd elements, to make # referencing easier). @tumchaaditya..Try creating all missing keys
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
Agree Werner Henze. Pity, though - like shreyas 's effort with the unicode arrows.
May
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
Possibly the least risky/step intensive out of the workaround answers provided.
May
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
+1 Great idea to make this process less time intensive.
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comment “This file came from another computer…” - how can I unblock all the files in a folder without having to unblock them individually?
@user61000 - Am I right in my suspicion this only alters IE's behaviour, and not (as I found out is now done with the latest release of) Firefox (or other) browsers?
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asked Regaining access to Windows XP session
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comment Delete hiberfil.sys on Windows 7
@user3463 - Why not?
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comment Firefox gives British Spellings Despite An American Dictionary
Find picture included instructions of above, on the sub site for Unix/Linux questions - askubuntu.com/questions/50049/…
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comment cat “input file is output file” while trying to combine multiple files into one
@terdon & Evgeni Sergeev - Just thought seeing as their is a specific sub site for Linux/Unix related questions, that this question would be better residing there. Understand that it is technically on topic in both sites. Evgeni Sergeev - There is a site scope here which will also earn one a badge for reading top to bottom.
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comment cat “input file is output file” while trying to combine multiple files into one
Sounds like more of a unix.stackexchange.com question
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comment Junction aware undeleter?
I thought that the File Allocation Table marks the space as unusued, and didn't go and overwrite the data itself (Hence the need for "secure" overwriting software). Further, I am not sure, but believed that the File Allocation Table stored the filename until it hit the maximum size for the File Allocation Table, before the filename got overwritten (Like many weeks/months down the line), but regardless I have never struck a file I have deleted within the last week, not showing in Recuva as (at least) "unrecoverable" (Filename found in File Allocation Table, but data overwritten - I understand).
Oct
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comment Junction aware undeleter?
Very confused by your comment. If I had stopped using the disk immediately, and didn't find the files, your reply is incorrect; If I hadn't stopped using the disk, but didn't find the files, it doesn't help. P.S I am aware of the way NTFS works. The above tools found no trace of the files/directory, which is unheard of given the timeframe that has passed (NTFS stores at least the filenames for yonks after file data is overwritten - Try Recuva and see), which leads me to believe they are having issues with the Junctions.
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