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Eseutil failed due to inasuffucient disk space.  Now my C: drive only has 200 MB of free space. However the database was on the E: drive.   Does anyone know where the temp files are stored so I can clear them out to free up some space?

Any other help would be greatly appreciated.
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Download and run this software. It will give you a detail disk usage picture. It's very useful.
http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml

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The temp files are stored in the same directory eseutil.exe resides unless you use the /t flag to specify a different location.

For ex.  C:\Program Files\exchsrvr\Bin>eseutil /d “C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\MDBDATA\Priv1.edb” /t”D:\tempdfg.edb”
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