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Re: showing cookies and other "Temporary Internet Files"
On 10/20/06, Mike Marchywka <> wrote:
didn't turn up anything here:
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temporary Internet
but yet it is loaded with cookes and stuff.
How do I list these?
I'm fairly certain that the stuff you see in that directory when you
use Windows Explorer is a bit of Microsoft magic as in what you see is
not what is really there.
There are actually magic subdirectories in the Temporary Internet
Files directory that hold the files.
ls -a on my directory give me this:
./ ../ Content.IE5/ Content.MSO/ N5QSIAIQ/ OLK65/ desktop.ini*
Check out Content.IE5 and look in its subdirectories.
There you will find what you seek.
If you try it from a cmd.exe prompt, the directory may not show up
(hidden or something). But you can 'cd' to it any way.
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