On another computer, place the file in a folder called "Folder With Spaces" (without quotation marks).NOTE: You can also add the folder to your local computer; just make sure that you use the UNC name of the local computer to run the executable file.
Click Start, click Run, and then type the following (including the quotes):
"\\<unc name>\Folder With Spaces\<exe name>"
The error message mentioned in the "Symptoms" section appears.
In Windows Explorer, remove the spaces from the "Folder With Spaces" name, and then repeat Step 3 using the new path.The executable file runs without error.