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    Safe to delete a users TEMP folder W2K3 Server ?

    Hello All,

    I was wonder if anyone knows, is it safe to delete the TEMP folder from say

    C:\Documents and Settings\TIM\Local Settings\Temp

    on a Windows 2003 server.

    I need to free up space and the above user has 500MB in the above Temp folder?

    Thanks for any help?

    EN4

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    cant see why not mate, I always do when I cleanup servers

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    Depends what's in it (and if the user is logged in) but most probably it's just junk temp files that you can delete.

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