Deleted files reappear after logging in Windows Server 2008!

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I have been using Windows Server 2008 R2 allowing users to log in utilizing Netvoyager thin clients through RDP by means of roaming profiles. As a file is deleted by a user, the file comes back again when the user logs back again.

The problem does not happen in the administrator account and any file deleted in it is permanently deleted and never comes back. It only happens in the normal user accounts. But if the user uses a thin client or usual pc connected through RDP, the problem occurs in both the accounts hence neither the user can delete any file nor I can enter their account to delete it.

Please help me regarding this.

I will be really thankful to you.

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Deleted files reappear after logging in Windows Server 2008!

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This is a clear case of a computer with infected viruses. Your windows might be badly corrupted by it and that is why it is showing this response. There is also one possibility that you are deleting the shortcut of that file while the original is still in your system and it makes the shortcut again. Try finding if it is really a shortcut.

download and install the latest ESET NOD 32 and run a complete scan of the PC.

Delete that files, unplug your internet and restart the computer again to see if they come from inside the PC or from an online resource.

If in any case they come again. Go to http://www.eset.com/us/online-scanner/ and scan all the computer. Delete all files that are considered as a virus during scan.

Restart your computer and you will get no further weird thing like that.

Answered By 0 points N/A #95351

Deleted files reappear after logging in Windows Server 2008!

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I followed Michelle Bang solution. I installed the latest ESET Nod32 (thought it was just a trial). I performed a full scan and that is! Everything is ok now.

Thanks Michelle Bang.

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