I'm running windows server 2003 and just uninstalled Exchange 2007 as we've moved to Gmail.
After a restart, I get warnings my system drive space is low, I hit it with WinDirStat and find that my NativeAssemblies folder is a whopping 7.9 GB, with a single file (mscorlib) taking up >7gb itself (This is almost 40% of my entire drive!).
How do I remove, shrink, or otherwise clean up this unexpectedly ballooned file? I can't find anybody that has had a similar issue.
I tried to clean up using NGen.exe, but I obviously don't have a good understanding of these files: I cannot uninstall NGen.exe for a massive list of dependencies, as well as the error "Error: The specified assembly is not installed"
I do not want to straight delete it, as my research indicates IIS uses some NativeAssemblies, and they are dependend on Mscorlib.
My winSxS folder is <150 mb (Some searches indicated this may be relevant data)