Does anyone know of a software package or script that can be used to purge old files from a file server.

I am using a shared drive on a Win2K3 server box and would like to move files that have not been accessed for a set period of time to another drive for archiving.  Does anyone know of a software package or a script that I can use for this?
ltrouseAsked:
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Hedley PhillipsOwnerCommented:
Or you can use forfiles which is included with Windows Server 2003 (and also available to download)

Forfiles
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753551.aspx
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andyalderCommented:
If you want a commercial product there's Enterprise Vault from Symantec plus several others.
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ltrouseAuthor Commented:
Good simple shareware program that does the job!  Thanks.
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