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Debug logs are filling up storage and I cannot stop it. I have changed registry values for DebugLevel to 0 for off and also set the parameter in command line and restarted the AMSP log server and still nothing. Does anyone have this problem as well?
I too am having trouble with Trend Micro files consuming my C: memory at an alarming rate. I renewed my subscription to TM Max Security in November. Late in December I noticed my free memory was steadily decreasing and since has decreased at the rate of 3-4 GB per day. I found about 7GB of loss in C:\windows\system32\log (tmwlutil text document files) and simply deleted them. I found your recommended solution ("Debug data is too large and takes up 36 gb", etc) and deleted all the contents of the Trend Micro program Archive folder as per your direction. Didn't help much but some. I then tried to disable the debug process but when I opened AmspConfig from my desktop I found the DebugLogAMSPServiceStart already set to zero so the debug shouldn't have been happening but it was.
So, three questions: 1) How do I stop the tmwutil text documents from being generated to system32 log?; 2) Is there something else I should do to disable Debug?; and 3) Can I simply delete all of the Tmsysevt,Tmxfalcon and Tmwlchk text documents in the AMSP debug folder?