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Does anyone know why in Windows 7, one persons document folder throughout the entire domain would be set to only allow 2gb?
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That is how the network administrator set the drive quotas.
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by:jiggaracci
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Lol, I was the Admin, performing the migration, I can assure you that Quotas are not enabled, I've checked...  I will say that the user mapped a drive to his folder on the network.  When we check the permissions of that folder, it shows 2gb of 2gb full.  This is a TB drive and no other user expierences this.  I have read that since we do have folder redirection enabled, that with older versions of XP, 2gb was the default, but I'm not finding much to go on with Win7.  Thanks for your insight tho...
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