The C: Drive (199GB partition) had 16.5 GB yesterday...today it has 4.3 GB. I'm trying to find out where my drive space has gone.
- The server want to download and install upgrades. (But I'm afraid to let it).
- This server has mazy pro on it but not enough purchased space to run the off-site backup
properly. Client knows, but has not taken care of it.
- Went into the console and the shared folders are already moved to drive E:. (728 GB Partition with 648 free).
I found this link on this problem. Cab files filling up the Windows temp folder. I now have all kinds of space.
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