When installing a VM on Windows Azure using the SQL Server 2012 template, the server is provisioned to use the C: drive for the database directories. On a 30GB C: drive, this leaves only 7 GB available for any databases if someone is not paying attention. The directories for the database data, log and backup files should at least default to the D drive. In addition, the setup files which look like that take around 6GB should also be on the D: drive so that the C: drive doesn't fill up too fast.6 votes
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