Change partition for updates

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have a server that was setup ages ago with a 8gb c:\ drive and 22gb d:\ drive. Because the c;\ drive is now nearly always full, windows updates wont run as there isn't enough free space on c:\. I have cleaned c:\ drive of everything that can go and its still not enough room.

Is there a way of forcing the updates to extract to drive d: and run from there???
Question by:fgs5635
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    Thanks for the response, but that util isn't on the server. This is a WSUS client, not the actual WSUS Server. Any other ideas?

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