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SBS 2008 - The free disk space on this computer has dropped below its notification for low disk space threshold. - ahhh

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Hi All

I am receiving the following email error every hour... yet again

An alert was detected on your network. Further investigation into the issue is recommended.

Computer: SERVER
Date/Time generated: 22/10/2010 12:36:32 PM
Title: Percent Free Disk Space
Source: Performance Threshold
Description:
The free disk space on this computer has dropped below its notification for low disk space threshold.

Volume Name: C:
Free Space: 6365024256
Volume Size: 64424505344

Troubleshooting suggestions:

1) If the issue is being reported on the server running Windows SBS, consider freeing up the disk space by reconfiguring its disk using the storage tasks available  under the "Backup and Storage" tab in the Windows SBS Console.
2) If the issue is being reported on a client computer, consider freeing up the disk space by using  the Disk Cleanup and removing any unneccesary files on the computer.

Originally when the server was installed got these errors and moved the Exchange, Sharepoint and users folders using the wizard to the d:\. and its been fine. The Server has 8GB of Memory installed, I appear to be unable to account for 20 Gig of HDD space using Tree Size Running as Admin, as yet I have not restarted the Server. Doing some research this seems to be a common error and I need to get to the bottom of it.  Feels like SBS 2003 all over again with Dell c:\'s 12 GB partitions, however 60 Gb for SBS 2008 with all databases on d:\ this should not be happen, appreciate and help here, this time its not even the IIS logs.
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