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Managing Network Storage Space

Your individual profile and departmental directories are a part of a larger, shared network space. This storage is finite. This article is meant to guide you in reducing your profile size by finding and deleting large files.

Often large files, or a large number of smaller files, accumulate over time. If such files are a result of incidental personal use, please remove them as soon as possible. Movie clips, music files, and images are examples of material that often occupy the most space. If these files are work-related, and still relevant, please consider moving them to the O: drive. If the files are not needed anymore, please delete them. The following CCIT Knowledge Base article will show you how find and delete large files in your user profile:

Managing Profile Space - Finding and Deleting Large Files

Temporary files are often created by various applications that do not delete those files when they are finished with them. Such files can take up a lot of space in your profile. The following CCIT Knowledge Base article will show you how find and delete temporary files in your user profile:

Managing Profile Space - Finding and Deleting Temporary FilesĀ