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Help with time delay file deletion

Discussion in 'Software' started by gary_potten, Jun 9, 2005.

  1. gary_potten

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    Hi all, I havent posted here for a while, anyways. I started a new job a few weeks ago (IT Technician) and one of the first issues ive been asked to investigate it the posibility of putting a time delay or something along those lines then deleting the file after say a month. This is not a security risk it is mearly a system clear up solution and partly data protection but thats not a major issue. Is there any software that you can load folders into that will store them and then delete them???
    Please help I would really like to make a good impression with the first issue ive been given. Thanks for you help. Gary
     
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  2. Pablo1888

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    Is this the sort of thing you are looking for here?
     
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  3. gary_potten

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    That is the sort of thing i need, the only problem is that it requires .NET framework and this is just going to be installed on a few local machines. Thanks for your help though.
     
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  4. Pablo1888

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    Search through Google that's how I found the above.:)
     
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  6. gary_potten

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    Cheers guys, ive also found one that is quite simple to use if anyone else wants it. you can get your own copy at www.wajasoft.com Its a cool little freeware package.
    Cheers again!
     
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