Spawned into a new thread from an old one:
I have Show hidden files, folders, and drives ON, and the 3 hides turned off. In Windows Explorer, I cannot see the folder C:\Users\"userid"\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\. Apprently a subfolder of this is the folder used to cache PDF files opened from outlook.
From Content.Outlook I can see the subfolder. I just cannot see Content.Outlook from Temporary Internet Files.
I can see it from Adobe (as a default save location) for a PDF opened from Outlook, and I can see it from a command prompt. To get to it in Explorer, I have to type it into the address bar.
Once I add Content.Outlook in the address bar, I can see the folder listed in the navigation pane on the left, but it still does not appear in the list on the right. You can then navigate through to the subfolder. If you exit Explorer and come back, and it no longer sees Content.Outlook.
Content.Outlook never is visible in the file & folder list.
Is something malfunctioning, or are there folders that are not viewable even when you have your system set to view everything?
I have tried a clean boot, and run a sfc /scannow on my system, with no change.
Waseemulla Shariff from the Windows 7: Files Folders and Search forum seems to think that it is an issue with Outlook, and directed me to repost the issue here.