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Free Space Requisition for Windows 2000 Server

Posted on 2004-10-26
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Hi All.
Can anyone suggest the mimimum amount of Free Space to be reserved on Windows 2000 Server wtih 50 users having their Profile on Primary Partition for the Server to Perform with its maximum Performance ??
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    I would put the OS on it's own partition so it's not affected by constantly changing data files.  I have 2000 server OS on a 4gig partition (If I had to do it over I would make it 8).  I use the rest of the disk 20gig for programs files.  I put my user data files on an entirely different disk.

    Hope this helps.
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