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I am running in to a problem with certain USB HDD's throwing disk space failures. There actually ISNT a disk space issue, but since some users will sometimes remove the HDD, the monitor fails with "Unable to query drive ** for free space" ect. I know by default the disk space monitor creation excludes anything with *USB* in the name, but some of my users removable HDDs don't have USB in the name.

Is there anyway to not throw a failure just because the drive is removed? Or to modify the monitor creation script to not monitor certain volumes on certain agents?

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I'm looking at one of these for an internal C drive on an internal drive.  Error is "Unable to query drive '' for free space: The path is not of a legal form."  Windows 7, WD2500AAJS-75M0A0. 

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