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wsus 3.0 sp1 remover updates de lenguajes no necesarios

hola
cuando instale el wsus 3.0 sp1 por error marque que el servidor que se conecta a microsoft.com bajara todos los lenguajes, ahora tengo que la carpeta de wsus ocupa 50 GB, y aunque ya marque que solo baje las actualizaciones en lenguajes ingles y espaƱol, la carpeta sigue en 50 GB, mi pregunta es:
Como remuevo las acualizaciones de lenguajes que no neceesito.
gracias por su ayuda

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hi
When installing WSUS 3.0 sp1 error check by the server that connects to microsoft.com down all the languages, I now have the WSUS folder holds 50 GB, and while down only check for updates in English and Spanish languages, remains in the 50 GB folder, my question is:
As acualizaciones remove the language that no neceesito.
thanks for your help
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
I think you are looking for this:

Server cleanup wizard

wsuscleanup.PNG
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williamvelasquezAuthor Commented:
thanks Matt

I excecute
WSUSDebug PurgeUnneededFiles
and
wsusutil.exe removeinactiveapprovals
but this not save free space of hardis disk.
i try
the comment of dstewartjr, but no good result

i see the folder
c:\wus\wsuscontent\00
 
and this folder contain files of all languages, and i need only English and Spanish languages
for example this file is a korean languages
F2EB0B8D32251A32456C189CD498302082174D00.exe
 thask for your help
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williamvelasquezAuthor Commented:
hi
I have tried many solutions but I have not the desired result.
I think I need a tool that can move or delete files that are an unwanted language.
for example, move or delete files that are in German language,
and so do all the files with unwanted languages

someone can tell me if there is a tool to do what i want?
I appreciate your help
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
try the server diagnostic tool

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/wsus/bb466192.aspx

and run with this parameter


PurgeUnneededFiles
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williamvelasquezAuthor Commented:
thanks dstewartjr
this is the result running the tool

C:\soft>wsusdebugtool.exe /Tool:purgeunneededfiles
Running... PurgeUnneededFiles
Starting a state machine reset...
Could not complete purge content as reset agent did not complete!

thanks
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Donald StewartNetwork AdministratorCommented:
It will probably be easier to uninstall and then reinstall.
When you go to uninstall you'll be prompted
whether you wish to remove the database, content, and logs. Chose to KEEP
the database and logs, but REMOVE the content. When you reinstall, assign
the same pathname for the ~\WSUS folder. The new installation will
automatically find your existing database, complete with approvals, but
there will be no content on the system.
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williamvelasquezAuthor Commented:
hi
i use vfi.exe to find language files and put this en a batch to delete all files unwanted.
inda afree 25 gb of space
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