An error occurred while initializing a build for build definition xxx: There is not enough space on the disk

by XDK 23. February 2013 13:33

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Follow the below steps on the build agents
• Go to Start->Programs->Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010/ 2012 ->Team Foundation Administration Console
• Select a build agent and click Properties
• Change the working directory from to $(SystemDrive) to D:, E: etc depending upon the free disk drive

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Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2010 | TFS 2012

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