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Windows 2000 Disk Quota

Windows 2000 allows to define Disk-quota on drivers formatted in NTFS:

In the Properties of the disk-drive:
tab: Quota

By default, "Quota management" is NOT enable
d.
Enable the Quota Management, select to
"Deny disk usage to users exceeding
Quota limits
",
and define the limit, which is valid for each user.




Select "OK" or "Apply" to activate this
feature, the system will have to scan the disk
to create the quota-report for all files already
stored on the drive.




You can the user the button "Quota Entries..."
to view the disk-usage.



if a user tries to use more disk-capacity
than defined in his quota, an error message
will be displayed of
"not having enough disk space"

Once a user has reached his quota, the report will indicate the warning:

You can adjust the disk-quota for users by
selecting the line listing the user and then
displaying the Properties.


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