No that is not possible in Windows Explorer but it is possible in Stinger itself, simply open it and click the Quarantine tab and select all and restore.
Note, if you set Stinger to delete or remove all detections then it wont be possible that way either.
uh now I got it.
I aborted the scan after I saw that stinger deleted some files and didn't click "Next". While showing the window with the scan results the tab / button for quarantine was marked gray and not clickable.
Now I could do so.
thanks very much for this quick help.
just out of curiosity: which password is stinger using for quarantine or is it randomly generated?
If it's the default one that the labs ask for when files are submitted to them then infected may be correct, but I can't guarantee that.
When using Stinger always make sure it's not set to remove all files by clicking the Advanced tab first, then Settings, then files should always be restorable under the Quarantine tab.