Wondering if anyone else has encountered this issue over a file or folder being invisible from Windows Explorer (Windows 7 Home Premium 32).
It works like this. Windows Explorer shows you have three subfolders in the \Program Files\ folder: Folder A, Folder B and Folder C.
However, when you go to save a file from Internet Explorer (by right-clicking and choosing Save), and in the resulting save dialog box in the \Program Files\ folder, you now see four subfolders: Folder A, Folder B, Folder C and Folder D. Interestingly, Folder D (which is invisible in Windows Explorer) has a lock on the folder icon when you see if in the Save dialog box.
Noticed this with both a folder and a file.
Is this caused by some sort of permissions issue? Anyone else finding this?