Folder Capacity on NT4

How to limit the size of a personal USER folder on the server NT4 PDC ?
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There is no NT-buildin feature that allows you that.
I think there is 3rd party software doing so.


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3rd Party:

NTP Software's Quota Manager™ For Windows NT

Mainframe power for Windows NT 4.0

Product description:

Quota Manager is a Windows NT utility that allows the network administrator to set and enforce disk usage
quotas on files and directory trees so that a user cannot consume all the server's disk space. Quota Manager
protects your investment by automatically managing your network disk space overuse. This prevents expensive
disk downtime and allows for planned growth and increases your network efficiency.
Demo download possible

lgc5800Author Commented:
Thanks CER, if give you 50 points for this information.
lgc5800Author Commented:
Thanks CER, if give you 150 points for this information.
No, I got 300 Points.
You know that your grade is a multiplication factor for your points?
Aparently you increased your points to 150 and graded me average (150*2=300). You could have saved your own points by leaving it to 50 points, but grading me excellent (50*4=200).


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