Solved: PC file buildup

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Magician595

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Hi,
I work in a school and my computer has been filling up with screen prints. I have gone from 6GB free to 58GB free on the Hard Drive after I found and deleted the files. It is strange because it is not happening anywhere else in the school.
the files were in \\C\programdata\iecache\nspcr
I have done research before I came here into pcr (I assume means print screen) and the ns which i believe is something called netserve. It is still happening and it remakes the folder each time i delete it, each time filling it with random screen shots.
A possible program that could cause it is iTALC. this is classroom monitoring freeware, still in beta, and allows you to take screen shots of the pupils.
Please advise on what to do as I cannot find any settings to stop this. It is not a major problem but it fills the hard drive in roughly 3 weeks.
For any extra details please ask.
James
 

Magician595

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Solved. It was net spy pro.
for anyone else that is interested in the details because they have a similar problem, just ask.
 

Magician595

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hey,
well if you have a buildup of the same files in the same location, i would suggest you check installed program for 'net spy pro'. It is an old torjan that has fallen out of circulation. I had no problem uninstalling the program but I would reccommend a virus sweep of your system to be sure its all gone.
hope this helps. anything else, just ask.
 
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