A few cautionary warnings… this script will delete files from whatever location you specify as LOGPATH. Use with care. As a best practice I always create my logs with a pre-fix. ex: CheckUpTime-.log which can then be used in the deletion script. This will ensure that you only delete logs that start with “CheckUpTime”.
:: Delete log files older then 14 days
:: Echo’s logs which will be deleted (use this before using the command which contains “del”)
forfiles -p %LOGPATH% -m CheckUpTime-*.* -d -14 -c “cmd /c echo 0x22@Path@File0x22”
:: Actual Delete Command (remove :: to run command)
::forfiles -p %LOGPATH% -m CheckUpTime-*.* -d -14 -c “cmd /c del /q @path”