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By dlomas ·
Can I assign a size to my users home drive in Windows 2000?

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by timwalsh In reply to File Size

Using built-in the Windows utility, you assign a quota to a volume/disk against a specific user. This quota is applied against all files/folders owned by the specific user on the entire volume/disk, not specific folders.

There are third-party utilities that will allow you to set quotas against folders. Run a search on Google (www.google.com) using the key words "disk quota."

Hope this helps.

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by dlomas In reply to File Size

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by dlomas In reply to File Size

Thanks for your help!

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by Ebk1025 In reply to File Size

You can also create profiles that users will save all their files to. This works best in a domain based network with an application and/or file server

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