Space issue on C: after install of SP1

Hello All,
 After installing SP1 my space on C: dips between 400 to 600 meg. I would like to have it as close to one gig or more if I can. I have removed and reinstalled programs on the other drive, did disk cleanups, etc. Can I remove some parts of the SBS client management parts like the XP sp2 update?
I really would like to avoid having to scratch what I have and repartition the drives. Any advice would be helpful.
Thanks in advance NC
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
How big is your C: drive??? You definitely need MORE THAN 600 megs of free space.

http://sbsurl.com/movedata is the paper that will tell you how to move whatever you can off of C.  If you want to move the XP SP2 update, you should move the entire ClientApps share, which is just fine to do... the instructions are in the linked paper.

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Thank You sooo Much!!!! YOU ROCK!!! NC
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