I've noticed a strange behavior in my Temp folder. There appears to be several etransmit_xxxx.dwt files. I haven't used that tool for months, yet there's even one dated today. Wassup with dat? Now I realize that a dwt is a template file, and I don't even have a template for Etransmit. What's creating these files?
Are you syncing your settings with Autodesk 360 by any chance?
Yeah I definitely do as well. I am not sure what would cause that. Pretty strange. I don't see anything like that in my temp folder.
Lisa, I think these get created when using the Publish command. They usually get deleted when the command completes, but sometimes they remain, possibly if the Publish command encounters errors.
Happening for me in 2014 as well - not used etransmit for ages
I have the same mystery files here. No idea how they are being created other than they are all relatively early in the day (possibly a startup thing)? Even have one from this morning.
I have not used etransmit recently either nor am I syncing to 360 that I'm aware of. I agree this seems strange.
Civil 3d 2012 SP3.
Hmm, I've not used publish but plot through SSM and haven't done so yet today but have an etransmit-tmp.dwt from today.
It seems that these started appearing in about January 2011 (yes, I have a Map 3D user who hasn't cleaned out his temp folder in awhile.) That was so long ago, that I can't even guess what triggered it. They're all the same size, 64KB, and they're sequentially numbered. This is really strange. Hope Autodesk chimes in. Perhaps a platform issue.
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