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    Windows Server 2003 File Server Resource Manager

    I've just applied my Quotas to folders using the R2 File Server Resource Management.

    Can I now remove the quota enforcement that's done when you right-click a drive?

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    Re: Windows Server 2003 File Server Resource Manager

    Yes you can. You don't need the quota enforcement on a drive for the FSRM to work.

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