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Can you limit the Xfer folder from Symantec Endpoint Protection Client?

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We have SEP 11 and lately we have noticed that the client computers xfer folder is getting insanely big. I just check one recently that was more the 25GB big. Is there a way from the management console that we can limit how large these folders can get?
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What version of sep11 are you running? (MR1, MR2..etc)
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11.0.5002.333 unless i looked in the wrong area i believe that is what it is.
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there is an issue that is address isRU6 PM1
A large number of .tmp files builds up in the XFER folder
Fix ID: 1675729
Symptom: Many files build up in the XFER folder on a Symantec Endpoint Protection client.
Solution: The Symantec Endpoint Protection client was modified to enhance extraction and clean up of XFER files.
http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ent-security.nsf/docid/2007121216360648?Open&docid=2010032910180148&nsf=ent-security.nsf&view=docid 
 
Also you might want to check this article and see if this is something you can implement to remedy your issue
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I will check these out and let you know what I find out tomorrow. Thanks.
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any luck?
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Thanks for the help and sorry for the delay on the answer.
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never a problem so long the solution its clear and it works for you thats all it matters.
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