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Wireless Networks Thread, Quick way to do per-user quotas? in Technical; Originally Posted by localzuk This is what I did 1. Created template 2. Clicked 'Add Quota' in the FSRM console ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    This is what I did

    1. Created template
    2. Clicked 'Add Quota' in the FSRM console
    3. Entered a path to the top level of one of our years (E:\users\pupils\03\)
    4. Chose the 'Auto apply template and create quotas on existing and new subfolders' option
    5. Chose my template.
    6. Done

    It propagates to the top level of sub directories only AFAIK.

    You don't need to enable volume quotas.
    I tested it a min ago and it appeared to work correctly.

    I take it that i can create extra quotas under that master quota for custom ones?
    So if i want Folder X to have more space, i just assign that folder its own template?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomam View Post
    I tested it a min ago and it appeared to work correctly.

    I take it that i can create extra quotas under that master quota for custom ones?
    So if i want Folder X to have more space, i just assign that folder its own template?
    You can just right click on a single user's folder and select 'edit quota' and change it individually. Or you can add another template to affect them.

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    Brillient. Thanks.
    Take a while for it to load the quota folders that its doing, but otherwise, it appears to work. .

    The only thing ive noticed, is that it lists the root folder of one of the quotas that ive setup as being 8500% over?.



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