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Can I restrict the size that a user directory can grow to eg 5Mb in NT4 Server? If so, how?
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For some reason, ???, NT does not come with the ability to created user-based quotas.  Instead, you must purchase a third-party add-on.

Check out Quota Manager by NTP software:  www.ntp.com
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