Folder size limits


I have a question about folder size limits (quotas).  I have a client who has a Server 2003 domain, and Windows 7 desktops.  I created a shared folder on the network, and the HR guy is trying to copy 4.5 GB of data to the folder, but it tops out at 2GB.  I assume this is a default limit within Windows.  I'm looking around at the group policies, but I cannot find where to adjust it at.

Thanks for any help.
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If quotas are set this article should point you to where to find them:
Have You checked quota configuration ?

What kind of files system do You have on the share  ? NTFS ?
2 GB limit per file can point for FAT16 partition, FAT32 has 4 GB limits per file.
Pradeep DubeyConsultantCommented:
You can increase disk quotas per user profile.
1) Select the volume and right-click on it.
2) Select the Quota tab
3) select Enable Quota Management.
4) In Quota Entries, you can select the Quota Size per user profile.

Read below link also it will help you to understand Quota:

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IgniteITNSAuthor Commented:
Pradeep08, that was exactly what the problem was.  I wasn't the admin who configured this server, and when I was doublechecking the file system type, I noticed the quota tab.  I adjusted the quota and we will be good now.  Thanks!
Pradeep DubeyConsultantCommented:
Glad to help you!
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