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In my opinion, if you want to use SR, just let Windows manage all the restore point. Or you can just disable it to save disk space. It is not recommended to delete the restore point, it's not like a packed file, it's a series of files, registry data, folder and system settings.

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Hi Valuater,


It is the way to get rid of the old Restore Points if there is a Group policy that one can not change. But, it will still include if there is any discrepancy in the old ones.


My way of getting rid of Restore Points is first to "Turn off System Restore" from System Restore tab of System Properties , and then turning it on to create automatically a new clean one with the existing state of the PC in XP, and manually create a Restore Point in Vista or Win7 since they do not create it automatically when you turn on the System Restore.


This way one can be sure that if there is a need to use it, that particular Restore Point is a clean one.



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