Hi everyone . I had a similar post month or months ago about deleting temp files in windows\temp folder which i safely do. It seems though this Cab_XXX files are recreated every day taking up space. One cab file can be 123 MB and multiplying that Cab files they fill up server c: drive.
I read a link :
5kyFx replied with a solution :
we had the same problem. Deleting the cab_xxxx files only resulted in regeneration every 30min.
Checking <windows>\Logs\CBS folder I found lots of .log and (some) .cab files
It seems, that windows wasn't able to zip (makecab.exe) one of the .log files.
in <windows>\Logs\CBS folder delete the oldest .log file (you can also delete them all)
in <windows>\temp folder delete every cab_xxxx
in the following regeneration process, the remaining (CBS) logs where zipped correctly, and <windows>\temp was left clean
Now am planning to follow this step just asking if anyone had similar issue and if there is another way around of fixing it.