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VSS folder consuming Majorchunk of the drive space

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Few of my exchange database drives shows as low disk space and on further looking i see that VSS folder is consuming major space, I assume its safe to delete but want to double confirm
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Yes its more of files created with Backup softwares check the dates on those files and if your having good backups you surely dont need to worry

If you want to be a bit pre-cautious then simply have cut paste them to some network location and let the server run if good for few days delete them :)

- Rancy
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