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alert Low disk space in Windows 2000 server

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Is it anyway to get alert if the disk space goes under limit 1000mb for example, email or something?
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Either use a monitoring tool (cacti, nagios, other vendor -there are really a lot out there) or see with the script at the following address : http://powershell.com/cs/media/p/1617.aspx

As you didn't mentionned your scope (one, many ?) corporate limitations and budget. you could try to some Paessler tools like PRTG (there is a free version) that could make you want.

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Hi

You need to enable disk quota for this follow these steps.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/183322
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