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OCS Front end Temp Files Filling up C drive

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Hello,

our OCS front end server keeps filling up with log files. I am not sure why.

I thought these might go with a backup? or even a reboot of the server? but they dont.

See the attached file for a picture of where the logs sit.

thanks
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by:Elmar-H
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No attachement ?!
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by:Thomas_Wray
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whoops.. here you go
ocstemp.jpg
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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temp files will only go away if you delete them.. 2.9G is not much.
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I don't have access to my OCS Server, but check if these are temp files for OCS GAL files for clients to download from.

I'll confirm it for you tomorrow on this, but take a look at that folder - it isn't the ordinary temp folder under user profile, this is OCS folder.

Regards,
Exchange_Geek
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by:Thomas_Wray
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It looks like its just something that happens, i will keep m eye on the folder.
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