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    run disk clean up from command line (office 2000)

    Is there a way to run disk cleanup from the command line? I know I can type in "cleanmgr" but I still get the box that shows it calculating how much space I can save and then get to the box allowing me to choose what to clean or not. Are there switches I can but at the end of the cleanmgr so it will just run? thanks

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    Re: run disk clean up from command line (office 2000)

    This doesn't seem to be an Office question. Which version of Windows are you using?

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    Re: run disk clean up from command line (office 2000)

    Windows XP

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    Re: run disk clean up from command line (office 2000)

    OK, I've moved it to the Windows XP forum.

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    Re: run disk clean up from command line (office 2000)

    See How to Automate the Disk Cleanup Tool in Windows XP for command line information.

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    Re: run disk clean up from command line (office 2000)

    This is EXACTLY what I am looking for! Thanks

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