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Splunk: Data Archiving

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I just setup Splunk in our network running on a windows 2003 server VM. My concern is that our firewalsl which we need to keep track of everything that goes in and out of our network is sent to syslog.

That being said - is there anyway to archive old splunk data because I can see that being an issue with hard drive space and what not
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