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Should I put the print spooler on a different drive?

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I'm setting up a new print server on Server 2012 Hyper-V and I was wondering if i should put the spooler on a different drive than the System drive?
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I usually don't unless there's a drive space issue.  It wouldn't hurt... ensures the print spooler and failed print jobs don't end up filling up C:... but that's not usually an issue.
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okay thanks.
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