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Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP 2 X86 - File Server Resource Manager

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I am trying to install File Server Resource Manager to manage folder's quota in the server, however, when i go to Window Components, File Server Resource Manager is not listed under Management and Monitoring Tools.   Could someone help me to install this.
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Rickgov,

I presume you are using this on the 2003 R2 version of Windows Server, on which you have installed the optional R2 components (the second disk).

FSRM was added with 2003 R2 onwards.

-Matt
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