у меня такое чувство, что вот в нижеприведенном толчется вода в ступе:
This file is used to prevent Configuration Manager from installing binaries to a volume. By default, when you install System Center 2012 Configuration Manager on a remote Site System, the SMS Site Component Manager Service installs the binaries (files and folders) for the Site System on the NTFS-formatted volume that contains the most free space. You may want to use an NTFS volume other than the default volume for your remote Site Systems by preventing ConfigMgr from enumerating certain NTFS volumes.
In order to prevent CM from enumerating an NTFS volume, on the remote server you can create a text file that is named NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS and put the this file on the root folder of all NTFS volumes where you do not want to install the binaries (SMS folder) for the ConfigMgr components.
By default, the Configuration Manager Site server role component installation files are installed on the first available NTFS formatted disk drive with the most available free disk space. However, some files are not installed in the default installation folder. Configuration Manager will not install site role component files on a drive that contains a file named NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS. Instead, site role components will be installed on a different NTFS formatted disk drive that does not contain the NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS file.
The NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS file prevents site system role component installation, on a drive with this file present, for all site systems that are installed by site component manager. If site role installation files are already present on the drive before placing the NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS file on the drive, the installation files are not moved.
Our recommendation is to create the NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS on a volume where you do not want Configuration Manager to put files, before installing Configuration Manager or a Configuration Manager Site server role component.
For more information see the following:
How to specify the NTFS volume that a Systems Management Server 2003 remote site system is installed on: support.microsoft.com
How to Prevent Configuration Manager From Installing Files on a Specific Drive: technet.microsoft.com