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Disk Quotas and Permissions Issues - Windows 2000 Server

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I created a partition with "Disk Quotas" and "personally "moved" user home directories from one partition to the new partition with quotas.  After moving the shares myself I've found that some folks do not show up in the Disk Quota Log.  Is there a way to re-set the quota for an indivual user and then forcing the disk quota to apply to that user.  Any assistance would be very much apprecitted.  Thank you.
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You'll get more responces if you ask this question here => http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/

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