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I have a Windows Server 2003 with RSA Key Services. On the D drive I have some old files :

RSAAM-RESTOREPOINT-08.10.2011.07-43-46-PM28651-000.zip

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RSAAM-RESTOREPOINT-08.10.2011.07-43-46-PM28651-010.zip

Can I move these files to another server to free some space on the D drive ?

Thank you
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Based on the file names it  looks like those files are restore point and not required unless you need to restore the application to the point the files were created, you can move the files to another server, make sure all files are at same location when you want to restore application.
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