If you were in the TEMP directory and did a dir /s /p and found nothing...TEMP is empty, it has nothing to do with spaces in the filename. I would guess this works on your local machine because you don't clean out the TEMP directory, on a server (even a test server) this proably isn't the case and your files are getting deleted, which is one of the many reasons you shouldn't put non-temporary files in a temp directory. However, if you don't even understand the basic function dir (like how to find files with spaces in their names), I suggest you take some time and learn about your OS.
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