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SCCM Content library cleanup

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Is there anyone can help me with some advise how to clean up SCCM 2012 content library on Distribution points and CEN, It's just filling up and we are keep extending storage. It seems like when a package has been re-distributed, the old version doesn't get deleted, it just create a new file with unique name.

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Redwan Hossain
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Nagendra Pratap Singh earned 1500 total points
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That is not possible. Content library size will increase only if a totally unique file is added to it.

If you a file like IE11.exe 20 times in multiple folders/packages even then the file is stored once.
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