Quotas are used to help control the quantity of data users can store on your file servers. In this video, learn how to create quotas.
- [Instructor] Now I'd like to show you … how to create the actual quotas … in the File Server Resource Manager. … Here under Quota Management, … you'll see that we have Quotas, … and if I click on it, there's nothing there. … We have no quotas right now. … If I want to create one, I simply right-click on Quotas … and select Create Quota. … The first thing I have to do … is determine what is the path that I want … to create this quota for. … What storage place on my server … do I want to put limits? … I'm going to click on Browse … and show you that on my C drive, … I created a folder called QuotaLimited. … It's right there; I'll select it and click OK. … I'll tell you this is an empty, just blank folder. … Nothing special's been done to it. … It's just named QuotaLimited. … Next I'd need to choose; do I want to create a quota … on this path, or I can do something really neat … which is auto-apply a template … from our quota templates … and create quotas on both existing … and new sub-folder. …
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