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Hi, all. I noticed today that the disk space on our Config Manager server was getting a bit more filled up than I'd like. Dumping the .wim.bak files left over from offline servicing helped, but when I fired up Treesize, it pointed out that our Office 2013 updates are taking up a TON of space. Right now, that number is right around 63GB. This for an app that's only three years old, while a 6 year old OS's (Win7) updates are only taking up around 11GB. September's Office 2013 updates alone comprise 231 folders and files worth of stuff, out of 7416 total folders and files. We've only got 139 updates currently deployed that aren't expired or superseded, and they span years worth of stuff, so I'm not sure where all the extra stuff's coming from. I'd imagine most/every update would have two files - 32 and 64 bit - but not tens of files. A lot, maybe a majority of the files appear to be language packs (e.g. proof-zh-tw.cab) that we have zero use for, even though we're only set to download English packages. Anyone know if this is normal for Office 2013? Seems a bit excessive, but I've got nothing to compare against.
Hi as I know and read, I can use the WSUSUtil movecontent to move the updates to another drive but what if I have SCCM 2012, are the steps the same or there is another procedure should I follow Thanks