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    Folder invisible in windows but visible in UNC path

    Strange one this.... I noticed recently that a bog standard windows folder on my server 2003 machine (happens to be my redirected desktop icons) has dissapeared from windows explorer. If I do a UNC path to it, it shows up just fine and I can open it. Ive done all the obvious like making sure that hidden files/folders is off and protected files but to no avail....any ideas? everything works fine from the folder so its not a huge problem, it must be there or I'd get no icons on my desktops I just cant see it!

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    Where does the UNC's share point to in the management console?

    Right click "My Computer" > Manage > System Tools > Shared Folders > Shares



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