I am running a Windows 2008 R2 Standard server, the only applications that I am running on this system is Microsoft WSUS and my Antivirus client manager. Both applications are running on the C: drive which is 136GB. For some reason the C:\WSUS\WsusContent folder is using bout 80GB, is that normal? Or is there something I can do to clean or move that director?
That does seem somewhat large, but mine (on a small network) is 38GB. You can move the WSUS content:
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