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Delete Market Replay files

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Is there any special process one needs to follow to delete their Market Replay files in NT.

Mine are in a mess with instruments I no longer follow, missed days, and corrupted data from ZenFire connection issues - so I want to start clean with Market Replay, or maybe not use it at all.

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