I'm testing System Center Configuration Manager 2012, and I installed it on a server with two disks (using a SQL Server instance on a second server). Before installing, I created a file called
no_sms_on_drive.sms on my system drive (C:). As expected, most SCCM folders got created on the second drive (whych, BTW, has a lot more free space). Most, but not one.
I have a folder called
SMSPKG on my C: drive, shared as
SMS_CPSC$, with the description "SMS Compressed Package Storage". I don't even know what is it for, but I know I don't want it on my system drive.
Also, I know I can specify the drives to use when creating a distribution point; but I haven't done this yet, just the basic SCCM setup, I didn't enable neither a management point nor a distribution point yet.
How did that folder get there?
And how can I move it?