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Folder "Autdesk" was created outside the "Program Files".

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nemias.barbosa
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Folder "Autdesk" was created outside the "Program Files".

Hello everyone, I have some versions of maya installed, but after installation a folder called "Autdesk" was created outside the "Program Files" folders with all versions, these folders have the end "_dlm", these folders after installation can they be erased without impairing the functioning of the maya?

 

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You must be talking about DownLoad Manager.. take a look here on how to uninstall it https://knowledge.autodesk.com/search-result/caas/CloudHelp/cloudhelp/2016/ENU/Autodesk-Installation...


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Anifex09
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Don't worry this folder just contains the installation files used to install Autodesk Products you can delete the folder after you installed your program at anytime.  

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nemias.barbosa
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Some programs use these folders to fix bugs without having to reinstall the program again, these folders have this function or can you delete it ?!

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nemias.barbosa
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Some programs use these folders to fix bugs without having to reinstall the program again, these folders have this function or can you delete it ?!
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Why won't you install all present bugfixes/updates for your version? Since you want to get rid of those folders, you can postpone uninstalling the DLM after you have worked in Maya for a week or so, when see no bugs that would require reinstall.


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