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Can i delete ISALOG and ISALOG.BAK if I am not running ISA?

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I have a Windows Server 2003 computer that has been in use for several years, so it looks like it has been used for many different purposes throughout it's life, including apparently ISA server. If this server is now used only as a DC/DNS/DHCP can I delete these ISALOG and ISALOG.BAK files safely? They take up almost 1 GB of space combined and I'd love to have the free space.
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If the server is no longer an ISA Server then yes, you can. When the product is removed you are asked if you also want to remove the logs. If you say no, they are left in place.

Keith - ISA Forefront MVP
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Thanks!
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Welcome mate.
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