Exchange 2013 Active Monitoring Trace logs

I recently moved some exchange 2013 logs to a separate drive and I was wondering if there was a powershell command to move the C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Logging\Monitoring\Monitoring\ActiveMonitoringTraceLogs.
I did notice that in the MSExchangeHMWorker.exe config file at the very bottom it says exchange online only. Should these logs be kept or is it safe to disable them? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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You can either....

disable the logs.
Open MSExchangeHMWorker.exe.config with notepad
Find  <add key="IsTraceLoggingEnabled" value="true" /> and change the value to false

After disabling and reboot, you can delete them....

Or you can change the log directory. Then check this site with two scripts, one to move the logs..., and a second to delete the remaining ones.

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