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Where do I go in SBS 2003 to change the size of a quota on the server

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I want to raise the quota from 1 gb to more have done it before and have no idea where i went to do it
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Are you trying to change Storage or Email quota?
 
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Open Windows Explorer, browse to the disk containing the data, right click on it and go to properties. Under the Quota tab you can set what you need.
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