How to view Sharepoint storage quota in SP 2010

Posted on 2011-10-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

In Sharepoint 2007, I could see the storage quota of the whole teamspace site to see if we were approaching our quota and also list and sort the doc libraries and their size, etc. I don’t seem to be able to see this in 2010. I can go to Site Settings > Storage Metrics but that just shows each sub site and the percentage of space used.

Can anybody tell me where I can see the full quota of the site and how much we have used to date?

Regards, Mark
Question by:beesoo00
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    Pre SP1, there was no direct way to do this in 2010 (not sure why, pretty dumb).  However, you could manually append /_layouts/usage.aspx to the end of your site URL and it would take you to the page you are familiar with.

    WIth SP1 there is a new Storage Metrics page which is accessed under site settings.

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