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Disk Space warning in real time in Event Viewer?

Disk Space warning in real time in Event Viewer?

Disk Space warning in real time in Event Viewer?

(OP)
On windows 7, 8, 10, 2012
Event ID 2013 Does not show up real time or at all.
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\LanmanServer\Parameters]
for
"DiskSpaceThreshold" & "LowDiskSpaceMinimum" set to 10% and 10 GB

Rebooted after adding those keys
Filled disk up to a couple GB left out of 60, and sometimes Event Viewer will show Event ID 2013, and other times it will lag, and then show it, and other times, it will just not show it at all. Anyone know how to get this in real time, or more reliable? What determines how often the system is polling for Disk Space? Same keys added to all OS's. Most reliable response comes from win7.

Thanks in advance!

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