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cannot find VSP1CLN

Posted on 2011-03-17
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hi, I have an issue of hard drive space, mainly the winsxs folder taking up 17Gb
I have found a few forums suggesting to run VSP1CLN in the windows\system32 folder.

I have searched my c drive and cannot find the VSP1CLN file.
If i can get a copy from another 08 server, can i use that one ?

i have an sbs 08 sp1 server
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VSP1CLN don't exist for Windows 2008.
You will find an alternate tool and the explanation on this blog:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/joscon/archive/2010/06/12/where-is-vsp1cln-on-windows-2008.aspx
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