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Here we have 2003 Server with XP clients. All updated. Roaming profiles are set up and there are multiple simotamious (spelling?) logons every day. The profiles range from 1 MB to 20. Anyway, there are also mapped netowrk drives. Students are randomly getting errors  such as "Drive full" when trying to save work. The drive on the server has about 80 Gigs of space left so that's not the problem. Also, when logging off, when the profiles are being uploaded to the server, I get a similar error, complaing that the disk or network recource is full. All permissions seem to be set right. Just a wierd problem. Totaly random too. Your help is greatly appreciated.

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no quotas set?
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I assume quotas refers to limits. As far as I know, no. Is there something within the Group Policy that I should be looking for such a thing?
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I'm increasing the points because this qusetion is very important and needs to be answered quickly.
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