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Windows 2000 server is running out of disk space

By m307 ·
I noticed that everytime my Automatic Updates downloads new updates, the space on my C:> Drive is decreasing. Does anyone know where these downloads are saved? Maybe if i delete them i could reterive some space.

My server: Small Business Server 2000
(Windows 2000 Server)

Drive Space remaing : 16.1 Mb

Thanks for your help?

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Norton Ghost 2003

by bcpgm In reply to Windows 2000 server is ru ...

Get a hold of Norton Ghost 2003 (or Symantec Ghost .
Make a boot floppy and ghost your HD to a larger HD. You can increase C: to your need if your HD is partitioned.
I have used it on Windows 2003 Server without any problem.

http://tinyurl.com/y3tzlo Introduction to cloning a Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP computer

http://tinyurl.com/y8hopl Cloning a Windows NT or Windows 2000/2003 Server

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Downloads

by p.j.hutchison In reply to Windows 2000 server is ru ...

The downloads are deleted as soon as they are installed. The only things left are the $NtUninstallxxx$ folders are created when a new patch is installed. If disk is getting scarce, you can delete the oldest ones first (not the recent ones).

Other places to check is User Profiles in C:\Documents and Settings (unused ones can be deleted in System control panel). Temp folders, Desktop folders, IE Temp files, Temp folders etc.
Use the Disk Cleanup tool, if you haven't done so already.

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