Security :: Windows Temp Folder Disspearing?

Jun 28, 2010

I got an error about cannot find window emp folder, so I created one and gave the right permission and the problem went away. Three days later same problem happened and I went in and couldn't find my temp folder. This is on a live server so is there a reason for my windows temp folder gone out of the blue? Is it possible that my server host company does some maintenance that cleans up the folder? Also, what is the difference between NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE and servernameNETWORK SERVICE?

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