Remove content when not accessed in X days
Allow a package/application/software update to be configured to be removed if not access in X days. (7 day to 180 days). This allow you to remove software taking up space on the site servers/CMG. A warning should be added when selected that tells the admin, "It is recommended that this package should reside within the default boundary group to allow for download fallback once this content is removed" This ensures that if it were removed and by some change a machine did need the content from the Server, it could still receive it, albeit slowly. Console alert notifying the admin the content has been removed
Example: If I push SQL 2012 SP3 to every DP and yet is was only needed on 2, then it will sit there and take up space. After the X days of no downloads the content will be removed from the DP and thus reflected in the Console. Saving space and helping the admins
Better yet. Make a global setting to set the minimum file sizes and date to be removed. So you could set it for 1GB or more after 90 days so DP I will auto remove when it has not been accessed. Maybe it is pulled by all machines and then you start to decrease demand, peers are used, It becomes no longer needed. This would auto remove down to the one in the default boundary. Then have a pop up after allDPs are done and the last DP in the fallback is x days stale. Prompt the console to tell the admin that this content could be removed!!