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    I have a Hyper-V server setup with a Windows 2003 server running on it. I took a snap shot just once of the server a few months back and I’m guessing this is why I now have these .avhd files? Thing is they keep growing, my question is how do I get rid of them If I don’t need the,?

    I’m looking at the Virtual Data size of the drive I snapped shot and it’s only 6gig. I have 2 .avhd files for this VM, anyone got any thoughts on this?

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