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Losing Free Space on the Boot Partion

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I have currently setup a new Small Business Server 2003 Premium R2 server with hardware RAID 5.  There are 4 drives in the server giving me 408 GB of usable space.  The space is setup accordingly:

C: (boot partition): 20 GB

E: (Exchange Databases and transaction logs): 39 GB

F: (Company files): 349 GB

The server is acting as a file and print server in addition to hosting Exchange.  There are no sql databases running on the server.  I am losing about 100 MB per day of space on the C: drive.  The initial size of the paging file is 2070 MB and Maximun at 3090 for the paging file size.  No paging file sizes have not been set on the E and F partions.

Questiions that I have:

1) What is causing the 100 MB loss per day in drive space on C?

2) What is the best minimum and maximum page file settings for all three partitions.

Thanks,

Joe