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Well, that kinda puts me between a rock and a hard spot. The least cost would be for me to move some of my files to another server, after I make room on another server. I don't really want to do that though.Maybe I can get my boss to purchase another internal hard drive and store the pod casts there. Will it work if the pod casts are on a different partition, or can I nest the new drive inside the C: drive?

Actually, now that I'm thinking about it, your original idea MIGHT work. Assuming it's IIS (Windows), you can set up a virtual folder in your web site that can point to another location. That MIGHT work pointing to a shared folder, but I'm not positive that IIS virtual folders can point to shares.

If not, an additional hard drive on the server itself would work -- using the virtual folder idea again (that should also work on Apache's web server).

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