I have a client who has 5 computers and 1 Windows Server 2003. The client saves all the files from the program to drive D (285GB) in the server which is a network/shared folder. In drive C: which is 12GB always seems to be out of space/full even though other computers are saving everything through D:.
I looked into the server's PC and saw that in drive C saves all the Windows log, temp, and administrator documents (confirming by looking at the date/time). Nobody uses the administrator documents in any of the 5 computers.
When drive C gets full, the users in other 5 computers are unable to save anything (even though directly through drive D).
I would like to know how to keep the drive C from getting low in available space and save everything in D including temp/windows log/document and few other things thats related to the system.