Adeckert1 Absent Member.
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Strange agent or windows 7 problem

Hello together,
maybe this is the wrong forum for my problem, but has anyone a solution to remove this "variable folder" from Windows 7 64bit. If I click on it, Win7 will resolve it and jumps to c:\program files(x86). Deleting will try to remove the entire Program folder. Thats my problem when I try to update ZESM Client on my WS.

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Re: Strange agent or windows 7 problem

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bbeachem Absent Member.
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Re: Strange agent or windows 7 problem

What folder are you trying to delete? What are you doing to update your ZESM agent that is not working?
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