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How to zip then delete IIS log files
I have inherited the responsibility of managing a Windows 2000 server running IIS 5.0. I was hoping someone could suggest a way to zip up then delete the IIS logs that end up in the W3SVC1 directory each night.
Not being a Windows programmer, I don't know if this is best done with a VB script or a batch file or both or what. Right now we zip then delete manually to conserve disc space. Automating this process would be a huge help.
Thanks a lot in advance for any suggestions.
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