getting a message "You have exceeded your profile storage space

just changed one computer from XP to Vista. Now getting a message "You have exceeded your profile storage space". What is this telling me and how do I solve the problume? It is giving me a list of looks like temp files. I have checked the net for answers but none seem to give a way of fixing or correcting this issue. It shows that there are alot  of files in the appdata\Roaming\move networks\QM****** file.

 
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Last updated August 8, 2018 Views 28,254 Applies to:
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This error usually occurs after a computer has been infected so first make sure the computer is completely virus/malware-free.

http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/page2.html#Removing_Malware

Then check for disk quotas that may have been set. If the machine is clean and there are no disk quotas set, copy the lines between the asterisks to a Notepad document and save as undopolicy.reg. Double-click undopolicy.reg to merge it into the Registry.

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Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System]
"EnableProfileQuota"=-
"ProfileQuotaMessage"=-
"MaxProfileSize"=-
"IncludeRegInProQuota"=-
"WarnUser"=-
"WarnUserTimeout"=-
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