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Trend micro Suspect folder

Posted on 2013-12-02
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Dear Support Team,

We have Trend micro Office Scan client 10.6 running in our File Server. Now the free space of C: drive is only 2.51 GB out of 48 GB. When i check, the size of Trend micro Suspect folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\Trend Micro\OfficeScan Client\Suspect) is showing 22 GB. I deleted the files in the folder and made empty, but still the size shows the same in folder properties.

Please let me know the solution to free this space.

Thanks
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Hi,

Have you checked for hidden files?

Also, you can delete the folder and then reboot/repair installation to have the folder recreated fresh.

Thanks!
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by:Shaduli
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Deleted the folder and recreated the folder.
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