Moving LogFiles Folder

I've recently discovered there was no logfile management utility on the web server I just took over so the C:\WINDOWS\system32\LogFiles folder had grown to over 4GB. This may be a silly question but is it safe to assume that I can just move that folder to another drive and redirect the pointer in IIS 6 to continue keeping them there?

That would stop the folder from continuing to grow but I don't know if the move would hose up anything else.

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Hi webbyman,

thats fine as long as you change the pointer there is no hassles :)

webbymanAuthor Commented:
Thanks - just needed confirmation before I made the move.
tis cool man

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webbymanAuthor Commented:
didn't mean to abandon it. I wasn't clear on how to close my questions. Sorry about the loose end.

no problems, thanks for coming back

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