We are getting errors with the messages

"Could not find a results file for remote management policy. Message:
Could not find file
'C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\43f548ef-d5cc-442d-9807-cc6253c6c86e\-remote_management_policy-380758Output.xml'..
Missing file:
C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\43f548ef-d5cc-442d-9807-cc6253c6c86e\-remote_management_policy-380758Output.xml."

When we delete these directories and their contents, then the error
message goes away and the policies are applied correctly, otherwise they
fail.

Is there a simple way of clearing out these c:\windows\temp directories,
because on some machines we are now seeing greate numbers of them ranging
from hundreds into more than 2 thousand?

Are they really necessary?

Can they be deleted?

Is there a ZAC command to delete them similar to the CC for clearing the
cache?

Any help would be most appreciated.

Richard.