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Windows update server data clean procedure

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I am running WSUS windows updates server and no data size is over 100gb. How can I remove/ purge obsolute data from WSUS server?
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You can try this:

C:\Program Files\Update Services\Tools>wsusutil deleteunneededrevisions

However, it doesn't always cleanup what you expect it to.

WSUS 3.0 is just around the corner.  If you can hold out for it, then upgrade 2.0 you'll have the proper tools in place to manage your cleanup.

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