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I have two past conferences and one current one on my server. I would like to keep the final paper pdfs and remove all the submissions and reviews from the past conferences. If I use the files feature to remove the old files will that effect the pdf versions available for readers? I also have direct access to the server through cpanel.
Any suggestions would be appreciated on the best way to do this.
Thanks in advance for any help on this.
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That won't affect the publicly-available final PDFs, but it will affect what your authors/directors/reviewers/etc. will be able to access if they log in to the system again and attempt to view eg. a submission's review page. If this isn't a concern, you should be safe removing those files -- keeping in mind to make a backup, of course!
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