can i delete prf*.tmp

Posted on 2006-04-26
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
I have a user who has 6 different prf*.tmp files on their profile. can some of these be deleted, it takes forever to load their profile.
Question by:Bartley1969
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    Almost certainly yes.  But to be safe, why not just move the files out of the profile so in the unlikely event you need them, you can put them back.  If all works fine for a week or two, then delete them.

    Author Comment

    Nice one, glad to see someone is as reckless as me! I'll let you know how I got on, gulp....

    Author Comment

    just one thing, on the server, the profile is not accessible to admin only to user, how do I move them?
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    by:Lee W, MVP
    Do it from the user's account.

    Author Comment

    I can delete from the workstation but i can't access the server profile folder from the network!

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