NetXClean is a clean-up utility that keeps extraneous information from being stored on the local disk. When multiple users have logon rights to a system, the disk space is used by the profiles stored locally. NetXClean can be used to automatically clean-up directories used for temporary caching of information. clean-up is triggered on either service startup or user logoff. It does the clean-up invisibly to the user and is completely configurable.
NetXClean is a Windows utility built to run as a service. It is a standalone utility that uses a configuration file to determine which directories and files to purge, and which profiles to not purge. The utility can be configured to:
Delete any number of directories and their contents
Delete just the contents of any number of directories
Delete any number of files declared explicitly
Delete any number of files matching wild-character file names
Refrain from cleaning up any of the profiles
Refrain from cleaning up any number of explicitly declared profiles
Refrain from cleaning up any number of the most recently used profiles
Perform the directory clean-up on service start event, user logoff event, or both events.
Perform the file clean-up on service start event, user logoff event, or both events.
Perform the profile clean-up on service start event, user logoff event, or both events.
NetXClean does not clean-up the following directories or any parent to these directories:
Windows System directory
The current directory where the service is installed in
NetXClean does not delete the following profiles:
The profile of the last user to logon