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How can I have users benefit from enabling disk quota on their network drives (Servers are running Windows 2003)? I only see entries appearing in the event log which are helpful to system managers, but not to the actual user.
Disk quotas can help administrators manage a server's disk storage resources. However, disk quotas can be quirky; applying a quota doesn't always have the anticipated effect. Here's what to do when things go wrong.