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How do i Fix the Quota Error

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Hi there

We are running a Windows SB Server 2003.
I keep getting the error for the quota system on Hard Drive C. (See file Attached)
I have checked eventid.net for a solution and all it says is to run chkdsk /f and the problem will be solved.
Needless to say it did not work.
Now Im having the problem where my client cant save any work on the network drive and it just says that the disk is full, but there is still over a 100gig  free space
If anyone can help me it will be much appreciated.
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Steven -- no attached file?  Were you going to attach one?

Open the properties of the C: Drive on the server. Go to the Quota tab.
Click on the Quota Entries button.
Are any user accounts listed on the Quota Entries list which have exceeded their quotas on the c: drive of the server? If so, then the
error being reported by the server is correct.

You can:
a. Disable user quotas on the server's C: drive (not recommended) or
b. Increase the user's quota entry for the server's c: drive (not recommended) or
c. Have the user move files from the server and store them on his local machine until the space used on the server's c: drive is below the
assigned quota limit (recommended.)
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by:stevenvanheerden
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Sorry, File Attached....My Bad
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by:stevenvanheerden
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Thanks a lot for Your Help
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