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Try this:
 

$Path = "C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles"
$Daysback = "-120"

$CurrentDate = Get-Date
$DatetoDelete = $CurrentDate.AddDays($Daysback)
Get-ChildItem $Path -Recurse | Where-Object { $_.LastWriteTime -lt $DatetoDelete } | Remove-Item

You can adjust the file path to the log files and the amount of days in the top two sections.

 

If you want to add it to an Automate script to schedule, then use:
Function: Execute Script
Script Type: PowerShell
Script to Exexute: <paste above script with adjustments if needed>
Script Parameters: <leave blank>
Script Credentials: Run as Local Agent
Variable: powershellresults
 

The powershell variable is pretty arbitrary because it's just going to return 'OK', but you're welcome to make the script a little more verbose to return better results.

Edited by bigdog09
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