Exchange all versions - Clear log files eating up disk space on Exchange servers

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Exchange 2013, 2016 and 2019 have a logging directory that accumulate a lot of log files including performance logs, ETL and IIS logs.

The backups do not remove these log files and over time, they can accumulate 20GB and upwards. This video shows you where to look for them and how to tweak exchange and remove them with a PowerShell script and also run it on a scheduled task.

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