Last updated on September 25th, 2021 at 08:53 pm
If you are using SCCM for the deployment of software then you may find that with the smaller SSD’s that you may be using that free space is becoming an issue.
This can be because the more an end user installs to their machine from your Software Catalog, the more data that is being downloaded to the CCMCache on their local machine.
You can simply run a manual task of clearing out the CCMCache as and when you need to, but you can also automate this process using Compliance Settings.
There is an excellent guide that has been written already so there is no need for us to write one up on here. You can view this guide by clicking the link below:
You can then edit the settings to run the process as often as you like automatically.
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