I've tried following guides found on google for what to do when WSUS content folder gets too big, but I am still stuck with a massive WSUS content folder (141gb)
The last thing I tried was the reset method (stop service, delete all files, start service, run wsus reset command) but the day after, the wsus content folder grew back to its previous size.
I've got what I can determine to be the minimal classifications, and only one language, and I've got it set to only download updates that are approved.
(Also it's not showing Windows 10 in the classifications but that's a separate question)
Any ideas what I can do?, other than accept my fate and grow the drive it lives in?
I am thinking about setting the "Do not store update files locally; computers install from Microsoft Update" but that will mean increased internet usage.
Edit: Furthermore, I found the largest files, figured out they were for SQL Server 2012. Unchecked SQL Server 2012 from classifications, then ran the server cleanup wizard. It freed up 0 MB!