I have a VOIP service that saves every voicemail with the same name. When I opened them with Windows 7 Outlook, a temporary internet file was placed in the folder: "C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\14AB0KAD". Once I reached a certain number of these files in that folder, I could not open any more voicemail files from Outlook. I figured out how to delete these in Windows 7 to restore the VOIP functionality. Now with Windows 10, I am denied access to the .....\Temporary Internet Files\ folder above, even though I am using Admin to run my laptop. I anticipate that if I don't figure out now how to delete these files, my VOIP voicemail files won't be able to be opened very soon...again. How do I get access to this folder in Win10? I can't seem to change folder properties.