We had a user run a robocopy command to copy some files but unfortunately the user accidentally messed up the syntax.
robocopy "\\server1\share\Accounting" \\server1\share\NewAccounting" /E /X /COPYALL /TEE
Which without the proper quote on the destination directory ended up screwing up the rocobopy destination as follows:
Started : Tue May 05 12:30:00 2015
Source : \\server1\share\Accounting
Dest : \\server1\share\NewAccounting \E \X \COPYALL \TEE\
Files : *.*
This ends up creating new folders "E", "X", "COPYALL", "TEE" all without NTFS security.
The folder security tabs show "The requested security information is either unavailable or cannot be displayed." and you cannot delete the folders via Windows Explorer or normal command line.
The server in question happens to be an EMC Celerra CIFS server.
Any ideas how to clean this up and remove the invalid new destinations?