So I recently install Ivanti Endpoint Manager 2017.1 on a server that previously hosted LANDesk Management Suite 2016, and while our SQL admin created the new database on a separate Virtual Hard Disk (which is still active and gets written to), I noticed a secondary database located on my Core OS drive (C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL12.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA). The database is just named "LANDesk.mdf", but it's already reached 7GB in size. Both our SQL admin and myself are puzzled as to what this database if for, why it's being consistently updated, and what is updating it.
This is an issue, because it's draining my hard drive storage on the Core, and if it's constantly writing to it, then those are vital resources that are being utilized.
Does anyone know what this database may be utilized for? It can't be a remnant from LANDesk 2016, because that wouldn't explain why it's being constantly updated. Why would Ivanti be using both the configured database that's on a separate drive and this other database? More importantly, how do I rid myself of it safely (if I can)?
Since I couldn't find anything regarding "database" or "SQL" in the places, I'm taking a guess and placing it in the "Inventory" place.