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I am running a lab on a home VM. I had 100GB allocated for SCCM server, but now i am running out of space.


I think its due to updates as i have not added any packages or wim files.


The biggest folders i can see are C:\SCCMContentLib\FileLib and my source folder.


I have cleaned up some updates groups and Windows 10 Servicing plan. Dont see any changes to the file system.


Maybe someone can recommend what else i can do or check?


Thank you.


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Hi,

You will store all content twice as it is both in the source files and ContentLib, I normally place the source files on a different server or something. Did you delete the Software Update groups or what did you do when you "cleaned" them?

Regards,
​Jörgen

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I'd agree with Jorgen. Placing Source Files and the content on the same drive will eat up a ton of space. I would pickup a external drive (If there is no room for an internal drive) and just add it to the lab. Cost you less than 100 buck/quid.

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I had configured windows 10 servicing plan, and it had pulled lots of data. I have deleted from the console but data still in the packages. How can i clean up the data from There?

 

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