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SCCM 2007 - SMSPKGSIG and SMSPKGD$

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I deleted a package within SCCM 2007, however the associated package files are still remaining in the SMSPKGSIG and SMSPKGD$ folders.  Is there a safe way that I can delete these deleted associated package folder/files?
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Michael Pfister earned 2000 total points
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Normally SCCM should remove the packages by itself. There could be an issue with your SCCM, I'd test it with a newly created package .

 But its safe to remove the files/folder from the distribution points manually.
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