I'm dealing with a Windows 2008 Standard server (64-bit) SP2 which is down to 1.5GB on the C: drive.
There's not much I can clean up on C:. The disk space is pretty much being consumed by the folder C:\Windows\winsxs which is now 16.75GB.
•Based on my investigation, deleting the contents of this folder is not an option.
•I've tried to use the following link: https://support.appliedi.net/kb/a110/how-to-enable-the-disk-cleanup-tool-on-windows-server-2008-r2.aspx
. However the only options I receive are to clean up the following folders, which does not recover any more than 20MB: Downloaded Program Files | Temporary Internet Files | Offline Webpages | Recycle Bin | Thumbnails.
Of course I've very concerned that disk space is going to get filled up with unpleasant consequences.
What are the alternate options at my disposal to clear this folder up?