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Deleting files by date in Windows/DOS

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Amy Stuemky

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Does anyone know any way in either DOS or Windows to regularly delete files that are older than 2 weeks? We are backing up databases to a drive, and I need to delete old backup sets. I have been looking and looking, and haven't been able to find any DOS commands that will do this. I could use a windows utility as well as long as it can be scheduled. Any help would be appreciated... Thanks!

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