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zeeglen   1/21/2014 12:34:45 PM
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A few weeks ago I wanted to work on a schematic and PCB layout drawings at home, so I emailed them from work to my home address.  Windows 7 would not allow me to copy those files to my working folder, it took a "Mama knows best" attitude, since the files arrived by email they seemed to be tagged as possible malicious content.

Rather than waste the evening fighting with the machine I simply waited until the next day and brought the files home on my thumb drive.  No more problems...

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