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Can I remove Setup Bootstrap logfiles in SQL Server 2005?

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If I take a look at the Setup Bootstrap logfiles, they take up 370MB. Can I remove these without causing problems in the future?
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Yep, just there for your info ...
You're talking about the files, which are by default in this folder:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Setup Bootstrap\LOG (and subfolders Files and Hotfix)
and all have the .log extension ?

Save to delete ...

Hope this helps ...
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Just removed them. Thanks.
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