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Solidwords 2007... a vault storage partition is setup on my server.  I didn't do this, am very unfamiliar with "vaults".  It now appears it's too full, and I have to make some space.  Evidently in the past, they've just moved stuff or archived stuff to make room.  I've currently have a search on my server looking for this vault, will get more information to you as soon as I can.
Is anybody familiar with "vault storage", how I can get access to it, and how to make more space available so it can continued being used?
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There is good advice on this subject being offered here - http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Photos_Graphics/CAD_Architecture/SolidWorks/Q_23760174.html
Have you acted upon ShineOn's suggestion? <<You should start by signing up for a customer account on the SolidWorks customer portal>>

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