My w2k server's C: drive (system partition) is getting low on disk space. This server was configured with 4.0 GB of space for C: drive, it is also set up as a terminal server. Most of the applications on the server for the terminal service users are installed on the server's D: drive. Since this machine hasn't been using iis for a couple of months, I was hoping that uninstalling it would free up some disk space as well as make it more secure. If removing it is the best thing to do, any advise on removing it in a way to minimize repercussions would be greatly appreciated. I've already moved all the terminal service user profiles, drivers & most of the I386 folder to the D:, but if there is anything else (log files, etc.) that I can relocate, that would be helpful as well.