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System Volume Information Catalog.wci Folder

I recieved a message yesterday on our 2003 server saying that I am running low on disk space (Server is only 5 months old and does not have hardly anything on it (of course the C drive is limited to 12 gb D drive 800 gb and e drive 60 gb (The C drive is what was running low on space (down to under 1 gig right now) I did a scan to see where all the space was going and it was going to System Volume Information Catalog.wci Folder some files are 3 gb so I turned off indexing in hopes the files no longer multiple or grow but now how do I eliminate the files that are in there?

Any help would be great

Thanks

Mell
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mickinoz2005Commented:
Hi there,

Not sure myself of this one but just did a little searching and found this seems to be somebody looking to do the same thing with a solution.


http://www.eggheadcafe.com/ng/microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers/post434357.asp

Down the bottom the guy talks about emptying the catalog file.

Might Help

Michael
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