I have a M.S. Server Standard 2008 R2 running on my network as a print and file server and a application that uses SQL server for Windows 7 64 bit users.
Users started to complain this morning that they could not print sometimes.
I got on the server and notice the 40GB C drive was full, I rebooted and it came back with 8.9GB of free space. it takes about 15 minutes and the C drive becomes full again and no one can print using this print server.
I wrote down all the sub-folders in the root of C drive and checked size of each folder
I don't have Disk cleanup installed I could not run or install since Disk cleanup since it is full so I reboot again and again I have 8.9GB of free space,
I unplugged it from the network and the C drive stops filling up. If I plug it back onto the network it starts to fill up the C drive again. I ran Mcafee "Security as a service" which is installed on this server and it found nothing. I ran Malwarebytes and it found nothing, I'm going to plug it back on the network to update Malwarebytes and run another scan, malwarebytes is a little old even thou I just downloaded it today.
Any suggestions would be appricated