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Our server's C: drive has filled up. I was checking it with TreeSize Free and found a bunch of files under c:\windows\system32 that have filenames that all begin with 'TempVI' followed by what looks to be registry keys. They are XML files. There are 8GB of these files. The filename suggests that these are temp files. Are these ok to delete?

ex filename: TempVI_FFAFE3EB-761B-4155-B528-89E66634D8B3

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