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SBS2011 Migration User Shared folders quotas

Posted on 2014-04-06
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Just Migrated an SBS2011 to SBS2011 on new hardware.
No problems encoutered except for:
When running (Change user roles wizard) on all migrated users , with a template setting of No Quotas I get a warning:
Cannot set the quota on folder: X:\users\shares\username.
When I make a new user I don't get the warning.
How vcan I fix this or can I ignore?
Thanks heaps
Olaf
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assume that on path X:\users\shares\username, X:\ is a physical drive letter.

from computer management, ensure that on drive x quota management is configured accordingly

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Hi S00007359.

X is the share and is just an example.
There are no quotas system wide?
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Ended up being a Group policy setting.
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