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ITMU saving updates to root of C: How do I change?

ITMU saving updates to root of C: How do I change?

ITMU saving updates to root of C: How do I change?

(OP)
I have SMS with the ITMU up and running. Everything is working fine, I just want to change the default behavior on one piece. When I deploy updates I have them automatically downloaded. It is downloading them to a folder it creates with the name of the package on to the root of the C: drive. I really do not want to put it here.

Is there any way to change this or do I manually have to move this after the fact and change the source of the package after the move?

RE: ITMU saving updates to root of C: How do I change?

Yeah when you run through the wizard it should ask you where you want to put them, the default will look like \\smsserver\c:\packages\  such as \\smsserver
F$\Packages just change it to the location you want at the source directory set button in the wizard.

(If that makes sense)

RE: ITMU saving updates to root of C: How do I change?

(OP)
Don't I feel stupid now. :) Thanks for the help.

RE: ITMU saving updates to root of C: How do I change?

Anytime!  

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