Thank you very much - I feel really silly, not being able to figure that out myself, so thanks for your patience and quick and accurate response to my post, and I promise to look harder before posting again in the future!
Harm, your pagefile info was extremely helpful to me and easy to follow .
With regards to Media Cache and using your Four Disk Setup Recommendation, do you suggest your Media Cache "Files" and Media Cache "Database" be stored on the same drive, just different Folders?
Do you prefer to Check or Uncheck box "save Media Cache Files next to Originals when ever posslibe"?
I prefer to leave them unchecked and to regularly clean the media cache, say once every couple of weeks. Whatever is needed again will be recreated and gives me the opportunity to get a new cup of coffee, the rest is removed and does not fill up my drives and prevents corruption, but that is just my workflow.
I leave my media cache files on a raid0 and my media files on a raid30.
D:\Video\Media Cache and my media on E:\Video Projects
Related to this. I just upgraded to Premiere Pro CC. I have ticked all the boxes to have the cache located in my internal E drive on both project settings and edit preferences, but Adobe is still dumping everything in the users/me/appdata/roaming/adobe/common folder. I did not have this problem in CS6. Is this a bug or am I missing something?
Instead of converting a CS6 project file to CC, create a new project and import all the elements from CS6 file through the Media Browser. You should then be able to change the locations permanently.
Thank you! That did the trick.
For everyone who struggles with this bug, you can use this as a workaround:
Just change the directory from the Downloads folder to:
"C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Local\Adobe\Lightroom\Caches\Video\Media Cache Files\"
Also, change the timeframe in the .bat file from -30 to -0, that will delete all the files in the folder, not just the files older than 30 days.