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How to increase the default storage limit of a users redirected documents

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I am trying to increase the size limit of a users redirected folder on SBS 2008. I can't seem to find where to increase this limit at.
The user account RAH\Terri has exceeded the 85% storage quota threshold for the quota on E:\Users\FolderRedirections\Terri located on the server SBS. The quota limit is 2048.00 MB, and 1741.45 MB is in currently use (85% of limit).

Peak Usage: 1774.26 MB

Peak Usage Time: 4/21/2009 7:53:24 AM

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You can use the quota manager in SBS 2008
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc754810.aspx 
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Thanks for your help I truly appreciate it. Worked great.
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