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Mapped Drives Only Showing 1GB

Posted on 2006-11-06
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Having a problem with mapped drives, when mapping network drives or connecting to a network share, I have a total size of 1GB, I can change and delete files as soon as I try to add any more data I get a insufficient space error. I have 150GB left on the server.

If I delete files I can copy to the drive.


Appreciate any help

Derek
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Hi derekruf,
Is the share on a Windows file server?
If so, are disk quotas turned on?

Hope this helps,
Alan
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