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How to export Disk Quota Size Information From Netware?

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hi,

I am looking for a solution to export all folder disk quotas off one of our Novell Netware.  Is there a utility/script availble than can export this information. My folder structure is \\server\home\<user home folder> - I need the disk quota limit for each users home folder.  1500 users.

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Sounds like you need a copy of GetQuota.exe from JRB Software. Every Netware admin should have a copy of JRB Utilities :)

http://www.jrbsoftware.com/
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Are you moving them from one server to another?  You can use the SCMT.EXE tool to migrate just the data and folder structure, along with trustee information and extended attributes, including disk quota - if it's NetWare to NetWare anyway...

You could also use SCMT to migrate data/permissions from NT to NetWare.
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