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I have used file recovery software to try and get to the bottom of some 'suspicious' Internet activity. I now have almost 8000 files of jibberish. HTML, xml, js, json, etc. I have been trying different programs to 'view' the files & they work, I mean to say I can open the file, but what I see...
Can you control the location of temporary internet files for IE7 users? I don't see a group policy option for location
Can I delete all temporary internet files?As the name suggest, it is only temporary,right?Am I wrong on this assumption?