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Deleting files automattically off of a shared folder

Posted on 2008-06-10
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Is there an option i can set in the Storage Server Management to get a shared folder to automatically delete files periodically??
Trying to do this on Windows Storage Server 2003.

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You could  use schedular and run a command file, for example:

c:\
cd\data\logs
del *.* /q
or
del c:\data\logs\security.log /q
or
del c:\data\logs\*.* /q

The /q for quite
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Yup, that worked :)

thx
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