What does the file "DBAccess.log" do, and can I delete it?

Posted on 2006-06-01
Last Modified: 2007-12-19
I'm running out of room on my Windows 2003 SBS system partition, and just found a larger-than 2GB file named "DBAccess.log" in the "c:\program files\microsoft windows small business server\support" folder. What does this file do, and, more importantly, can I delete it? Couldn't find anything on Google, MS Technet, or in here so far. Normally, I'd assume I could safely delete any ".log" fie, but given its location I thought I better try to make sure first. :) Any help is appreciated.
Question by:LuftHansi-DK
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    More luck with Googling, you can delete it,  but ... see

    There are also other options to make room "Moving Data Folders for Windows Small Business Server 2003"

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    Thanks! I must have mistyped or something when looking for solutions in here...

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