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Mapped drive saying 0 bytes free space

All of my mapped Drives are saying 0 bytes free space  from 1 machine on the network, no matter what user i log on as on that machine.
There is 1.2 terrabytes of space left on the server.
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dineeshCommented:
hi,

Check the disk quota on that drive for the users.

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TomTierneyAuthor Commented:
Hi ,

i have already and its not switched on.
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dineeshCommented:
hi,

are you able to save/access any file on the mapped drive from that system?

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dnudelmanCommented:
That's probaby a user rights problem.
It says it has only 0 because the user does not have enough rights to read the unit.
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lnkevinCommented:
Few places to check:
- GPO to make sure there is no rule or policy on disk access or mapped drive
- Pagefile on the server to make sure you have more than 50% of your physical memory (example: if you have 2GB of memory your pagefile needs to be 3GB at least)
- Check Task Manager to see if you have enough resource
- Check Shared Permission to make sure Everyone has set to full access

K
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PeteJThomasCommented:
I was going to say that, but then I thought you said 'No matter who I log on as' etc... Still, it's worth checking that the account you're using has access to this network drive's destination folder/drive, and also as a troubleshooting step, you could try giving them full control to see if the problem goes away then...

Pete
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dnudelmanCommented:
Make sure you are using a domain user and not a local account.
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ManicDCommented:
can you browse the current files on the drive?
can you open them?
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TomTierneyAuthor Commented:
Thanks it want a quota on the disk it was a disk quota on the user

thanks problem solved
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