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Overcoming the 256 Character limit for DIR\FILE names [message #164269] Thu, 18 June 2009 22:02
Clubsprint  is currently offline Clubsprint  Australia
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Registered: September 2009
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G'day all
Please help
The organization I work for a problem with then users and long file names.
We have constant issues with users creating directory structure that go 20
deep and file names that are a kilometre long. Doesn't matter how much I try
and educate our moron users (oops did I type that out loud) that they are
risking our data integrity they will not voluntarily adhere to any limits or
modify their behaviour and then scream blue murder when they can't access
their file.
Nice requests and attempted education by IT etc is not working can some
suggest a solution that enforces reasonable limits?
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