There are a few ways to handle this. Some antivirus scanners can be forced to look in the restore folder, and delete the offending files. Usually you do this by removing the exclusion setting for the restore folder. At the Microsoft site you can find out how to use the First In First Out (FIFO) method to eventually purge the offending files. You'll also see how to empty all the contents of the restore folder and then re-activate the function, effectively purging the infected files.
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