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2008 server exchange 2010 c drive space

Posted on 2011-09-09
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totally confused here.
when i go into my computer on the 2008 machine it says that over 70 percent of my c drive is filled.

200 gig of 250 filled

when i select all the folders in the c drive and do properties... it says only 18 gig filled
the information store is on the d drive so it shouldn't be any exchange information.

any ideas on why im getting to opposing pieces of information regarding space used on c drive?

this machine is fairly new and shouldnt have a whole lot on c drive.
only 8 months old
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Question by:jamesmetcalf74
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First, I'd recommending running WinDirStat (www.windirstat.info) to get a better look at your file system.  Do you have any shadow copies running on your C drive?
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You might want to check your log files on the server, probably have never been flushed out when doing a backup etc so it gets bloated.  You can enable circular logging to help clear up some of those log files.
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Check event viewer to make sure there are no errors with HDD
 Then run chkdsk on the c: drive

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Check Exchange Database logs
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Also check  IIS website logs located on C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1
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