We have accounts ([Account Information Unavailable]) that show up in QUOTA Entries that have a small 1kb file (or something) attached to them.
When we try to delete them, we cant, I understand as an admin I can take ownership and delete them but no file shows up to delete or take ownership of. I am assuming that this is some sort of pointer left over. Does anyone know of a way to see what file is attached to these [Account Information Unavailable] accounts? I have tried a few of the powershell scrips that map SIDs to files but not having much success.
Windows Server 2008 HPC
I have tried to just turn quotas off.. but they show up again when it is re-enabled. EEquota.JPG
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