In our attempt to figure out KACE we had something like 30+ system images, most of which were bad. Now that we have figured out how to use the K2000 we have managed to complete redo all our images (none of the original 30+ exist) and we are down to 14 images. How ever my pie chart says my drive is 85% full of system images and im down to less than 10 gigs. And I swear I just deleted 2 images yesterday and I'm fairly sure my free space didn't change. Is there a recycle bin or something I have to empty lol or am I imagining things?
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A few tips to keep your K2000 humming along happily.
 Never underestimate the value of a reboot. Maybe you do it once a week or once a month, but it’s a good idea to reboot any computer on a regular basis– Including your appliance.
 After deleting old system images, don’t forget to "Purge Unused K-Image Files". This option is under Settings—> Appliance Maintenance
 Exporting things? Whether manually or automatically exported, files are always copied to \\k2000\restore —Make sure you delete files from this location when you finish using them to free disk space.
 Make sure you leave about 1.5x the free space of your largest image. Example– if your largest image is 20GB, we’d recommend leaving 30GB of free space for swap space and export option.
 Keep your driver share neat & tidy. We recommend having only what you really need here; and we recommend you organize a bit.
Answered 06/30/2011 by: cblake
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I did a purge and rebooted. Solved my problem.

Answered 06/30/2011 by: Tentacle Master
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Thats good to know I'm suprised I havn't bricked my kbox.
Answered 07/07/2011 by: Tentacle Master
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