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Can I remove $NtUninstallKB929123$ (and similar) From My Windows 2003 Server?

Posted on 2011-09-16
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I have a bunch of files $NtUninstallKB929123$ (and similar) that I would like to remove to free up some space.

Can I safely remove these files?

They are in the \windows\  folder
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Only delete them if you're sure you're never going to uninstall the service packs or updates that they represent.  These are the uninstall files for all of the server updates you do through Microsoft Update.  
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