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Network Wizard Installer.log - SBS 2003

Hi All

I have a client who is running low on disk space and i am currently in the process of cleaning up old log files.

I have come across networkwizardinstaller.log that is located in c:\windows\temp and is 14GB with todays modified date.

Is it possible to delete this file?

Thanks
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Daniel Bertolone
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Daniel Bertolone
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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Anything in the temp folder can be removed (if it can't it will let you know), especially a 14Gb log file!

Alan
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Daniel BertoloneAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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Jaroslav LatalMSPCommented:
Agree with alanhardisty. You can delete it. If you want to be really sure, rename it, restart server and then delete it. But I think it is not necessary in this case.

Regards,
Jarda
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Daniel BertoloneAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys.. I deleted the file but it comes straight back.. It seems to be logging network printer information. Is this something I need of can it be turned off??

I will upload a copy of the file
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Daniel BertoloneAuthor Commented:
Attached is a sample of the file in question... would be good to know if i can turn this logging off if it is not needed
NetworkWizardInstaller.log
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SupportCRICommented:
I have the same issue.

Stop the spool service and delete all file on C:\Windows\System32\spool\PRINTERS.

Reboot your computer.

It work for me.
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