In order to run microsoft teams please free up some disk space, how to fix this problem for single user?
In order to run microsoft teams please free up some disk space
Clear Microsoft Teams cache by following these steps:
1. Go to File Explorer, and type in %appdata%\Microsoft\teams.
2. From ‘Blob_storage’, delete any files that are located in here if any. “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\blob_storage”
3. Within ‘Cache’, delete all files “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\Cache”
4. Within ‘databases’, delete all files “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\databases”
5. Within ‘GPUCache’, delete all files “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\GPUcache”
6. Within ‘IndexedDB’, delete the .db file “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\IndexedDB”
7. Within ‘Local Storage’, delete all files “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\Local Storage”
8. Lastly, from ‘tmp’, delete any file “%appdata%\Microsoft\teams\tmp”
Cliff H commented
We have multiple users experiencing this issue. Performed disk cleanup, and deleted un-needed profiles. Freed up 500 mg. C drive has over 300 GB of free space. Makes so sense. Any advice?
Daniel G commented
OH ******** NEVERMIND I LOST 3 GIGS
Daniel G commented
what the **** why discord uses so much less, i started a meeting with 49.9 gigs came out with 49.5
JMC Software commented
I also had this issue on a RDS Environment. We don't use UPD tho.
I resolved the issue by deleting this dir:
This didn't affect the Teams installation itself since we deployed Teams with the Machine Wide installer under C:\Progra Files.
@Charles, We are using User Profile Disks (UPD) as profiles. We also had one user who had this problem on a RDS server. His UPD was 10GB big...We cleaned some files in his profile and everything worked again...
We have this same issue, despite there being plenty of disk space available. Currently cannot find a fix online. Only seems to impact a single user in a RDS session.