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Last Modified counts towards space limits??

Since you can only assign user limits on a server-by-server basis and you cannot assign limits across all servers.
Also, you cannot assign limits in specific folders.  It must be the entire server that your limit counts against.  So . . . what happens if you update a spreadsheet last.  Does that 20MB now count towards your audited limit?  What happens if you create a small template SSheet for use. . . now you are the owner.  Whose audited space does that count against?

 


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stini12
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elbereth21Commented:
Hi stini12,
the quota limit always works with ownership, so if you change the ownership of a file this becomes part of your quota.
 >> Also, you cannot assign limits in specific folders.  It must be the entire server that your limit counts against.
Not completely true: you cannot put limits on folders, but you can on different volumes.

Elbereth.
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