Deleting directories that end with a dot using windows

Aug 1, 2012 06:07 · 39 words · 1 minute read windows

When copying stuff from other operating systems you might have a hard time deleting a folder that ends with one or more dots. Deleting such a folder is “as simple as”:

rd /s "\\?\C:\Documents and Settings\User\Desktop\Annoying Folder."

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