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Help with Novell Zenworks 7 sp1!

Help with Novell Zenworks 7 sp1!

Help with Novell Zenworks 7 sp1!

I am kind of a newbie to novell netware zenworks.  I have a netware 6 sp5 server that is running zenworks 7sp1. Under the VOL1\ZENworks\PDS\TED directory there is a subdir that is called SUB that is over 16gb(which is taking up too much space). Can the .ted files that are located under this directory be deleted safely with out messing up zenworks or anything else?

RE: Help with Novell Zenworks 7 sp1!

That is the ZENworks for Servers Subscriber directory.  

It's hard to say what would get screwed up if you delete the files directly, I would suggest using the management tools (iManager, ConsoleOne)

So the files you see are the files distributed in the channel your server has subscribed to.  To clean this up, clean up the channel your server is subscribed to.

Brent Schmidt                    Senior Network Engineer
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