Clearing the DynDNS Updater Log

DynDNS’s updater utility keeps a log of every time it has pushed a new IP to their servers. Since I have a shoddy internet connection I use this to log how many times I’ve disconnected each day and when it happened. Occasionally I need to access these logs and reset them after making tweaks to my connection. Here’s where these logs can be found if you need to erase them or back them up:

Windows XP:

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</script></noindex> and Settings\All Users\Application Data\DynDNS\Updater

Windows Vista / Windows 7:

C:\Users\yourusername\Application Data\DynDNS\Updater

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