|06 Feb 2014||#1|
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SDT****.tmp on spaces checked for System Image
After starting to create a "System Image", hard disks are searched for space, including the mapped network shares of my NAS drive. Afterwards, when I look into the Recycle bins of each of the shares, I find empty files with date and time of the space check, named SDT****.tmp, e.g. SDT29E2.tmp. I became aware of them only a couple of weeks ago. Under Windows 8 that continues System Image, I did not observe them.
Can anyone confirm to get these tmp files, too, since they are created by Windows 7 System Image itself? Or are they created exceptionally on my machine by a (potentially unwanted) third party program?
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