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have a new client that has 2003. it has very large wsus. I need to do something asap as i just added a new external drive to clean up the system , got about 10gb free and now they say it is back to 126mb free...how can i just quit using wsus and delete all the folders in it..???
need some quick answers/options  as i am going back on site in the morn.
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by:Seth Simmons
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i wouldn't delete anything manually
have you run the cleanup wizard?  it will clean a number of things in the database as well as unused/expired updates.  should help free some space short-term
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Move the content

WSUS: How to change the location where WSUS stores updates locally

http://blogs.technet.com/b/sus/archive/2008/05/19/wsus-how-to-change-the-location-where-wsus-stores-updates-locally.aspx
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will try all of the above in the morning...thanks
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