DELOLD is a command line tool used to delete old files with a create date older then a set amount of days. It can do verbose and rescursive with any path given. Perfect for Scheduled and/or batch file jobs.
Doesn't appear to be working properly on Win2K08 R2. When I ran the command multiple times it deleted more and more files and folder each time. I selected older than 2 days and it eventually wiped out all files and folder in my test directory (even though they weren't older than two days). Not sure if this is a bug or a Windows version specific issue. There are limited switches, so I don't believe this is user error.