I don't know where to put this question. At first I thought it was an SSMS issue, but I get the same message with Visual Studio Pro.
Let's start with SSMS. I am running SSMS 18 on an Azure Virtual Machine. Side note in case it is important, I have access to two different Azure Virtual Machines, my documents folder is the same on both machines. I am in a corporate network and I think that I am sharing the VM, but I don't know for sure.
I launch SSMS and connect to a server just fine. When I click on "New Query" I get an error "There is not enough space on the disk." I get a similar message by trying to create a Project: "The location specified cannot be created. Check that the location is not a reserved system name, and that the dis is writeable and that there is enough room on the disk."
C drive show 32 GB free.
A shared drive which seems to be associated with my profile shows 18 GB free.
Visual Studio 2019 Pro. I tried to create a SQL Database project. I got the "There is not enough space on the disk" Error. Interestingly, I found that the solution file was created and the project file was created, but the project didn't show in the solution explorer.
We are stumped. Has anyone ever encountered this before?