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File service resource manager on server 2008 ent x32

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I have installed file service resouce manager on one of my dc server 2008 ent edition x32.  I would like to put quotas on one of the shared folders on drive D, how can I do that, steps please.  Suppose my shared folder is:
D:\testfolder
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