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Windows 7: Compressing directories - security issue

12 Jul 2009   #11
angelwolf71885

XP SP3
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by abuhannibal View Post
Various, but including some in program files and program data... could this be why they won't compress? I do make sure no apps have the files open.

try picking one of the files and try compressing JUST it..


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12 Jul 2009   #12
abuhannibal

windows 7 rc1
 
 

PS: I really am entirely comfortable leaving this as a mystery until the final version comes out.... but I thank you for your help in any case!

-- Bob
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12 Jul 2009   #13
angelwolf71885

XP SP3
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by abuhannibal View Post
PS: I really am entirely comfortable leaving this as a mystery until the final version comes out.... but I thank you for your help in any case!

-- Bob
you are more then welcome.. thats what a community for for ..

u could try upgrading to one of the builds that leaked after 7100
and see if the issue is fixed in one of the later builds..
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12 Jul 2009   #14
abuhannibal

windows 7 rc1
 
 

Thanks and I will upgrade to a a later build ASAP. But at the same time I wanna say, as someone who has criticized Vista bitterly, that if this is the biggest problem they have with 7, they aren't doing badly at all.

Anyway I will try compressing one file and let you know what happens...
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12 Jul 2009   #15
angelwolf71885

XP SP3
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by abuhannibal View Post
Thanks and I will upgrade to a a later build ASAP. But at the same time I wanna say, as someone who has criticized Vista bitterly, that if this is the biggest problem they have with 7, they aren't doing badly at all.

Anyway I will try compressing one file and let you know what happens...

you are welcome again.. o just FYI RC users CAN upgrade to finial RTM
as long as its activated..

cept RC 1 will be put into windowsold folder just like an XP upgrade..
but you CAN use windows file transfer to git most if not ALL you settings and installed things back..


and i know what you mean they are doing DAMN good.. go Balmer xD

let us know how it gose
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