Is there a way to move the folder location of where a Windows 2003 server saves its downloaded Windows update files? I have a server that is running a bit low on disk space and if possible I would like it to download/save Windows update files to a drive that has a bit more drive space.
Sorry - just re-read your question stating you're using Win2K3. You'll need to use the "Junction" utility I mentioned above.
See a link to the complete process:
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