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Sore.exe CRASHDUMPS folder.

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Inside C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\CrashDumps there are 4 store.exe(number) DUMP files over 12GB in size. I don't know why these files were created  and I need more space in my HD. Can you experts please help me with this? Can I delete these files?

This is a windows 2008R2 with exchange 2010.

Thank you,

William
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Basically, they are similar to system dump files and you should be able to safely remove them however those files are usually related to a problem with Exchange and system performance.  I would do some checking to see if you can find the cause.  Hight CPU utilization, I/O, etc.
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