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Folder quota in Windows 2000

Posted on 2003-12-08
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Hi,

I am use Windows 2000 and I want to limit the folder size, I don't want use disk quota because I only have one partition so I think not possible to limit the volume.
So how can I limit the folder size?

Thx
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You can set a group policy to limit the folder size.

https://lspservices.iupui.edu/docs/win2k/gpo_configurations.asp

That shoul tell you all about it.

Let me know what you think

Ricky
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Thx Ricky,

Although finnaly I use veritas storage central to manage my folder quota but the website very helpful.

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