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    Quota screen bug?

    Got a test environment, Windows 7 client and a Windows Server 2008 R2 server as a AD controller.

    Created a dummy user in the AD, specified a mapped network folder (Mapped to drive H:\)

    On the client if I right click this drive and go into Properties, then the quota tab, I get information about what a quota does and instructions telling me to click the button below to change the quota space limits. Now I'm logged in as the dummy user which does not have admin permissions so expect to receive a nice message saying 'Get lost'. Instead, the button just loops the same screen!

    Did this happen in previous Windows versions?
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    No but remember this is still a beta

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