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Safe to delete C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles directory?

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Old 21-04-2008
Spin
 
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Safe to delete C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles directory?

Gurus,

Running Windows Server 2003 SP2. In order to free up space on the C drive
of one of my servers I noticed that C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles uses 775MB
disk space. Is it safe to delete this directory?

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Old 22-04-2008
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Re: Safe to delete C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles directory?

Spin wrote:
> Gurus,
>
> Running Windows Server 2003 SP2. In order to free up space on the C drive
> of one of my servers I noticed that C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles uses 775MB
> disk space. Is it safe to delete this directory?
>


I would suggest you review my document on boot drive size - see
http://www.lwcomputing.com/tips/stat...tdrivesize.asp - it tells you
how you can move that and several other things to free up space on C:.

-Lee
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