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Posted on 2000-03-01
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Novell Intranetware 4.11

Can I use NWADMIN or some other utility to check the volume restrictions for users?  I want to be able to search for users who have more that 4000kb restrictions on a certain volume. Can this be done?

Cheers,

Jon Morris (j.morris@napier.ac.uk)
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FHSCompGuy earned 100 total points
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MadJock,

I think this will get ya what ya want

http://www.netwarefiles.com/filemgmt.htm

check out the program called volspace NDS

It allows you to see the file restrictions on a volume and sort them by the size of the restriction and then you can print the results also.
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by:martintaylor
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GETQUOTA from the JRB utilities is handy for this sort of thing as well.
Getquota is in the freebie A set at:
http://www.jrbsoftware.com

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