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Old 11th April 2012, 03:53 PM
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Advanced Quota Settings

Hey guys I'm at work I'm having a little issue. We want to set quotas for each user. We want a quota of 2Gbs to be set automatically for each user. My first inclination was to make a group which each user is automatically placed in, and then make a group quota for them. However this leads to the problem of one user using 1.5Gbs and one use only using 5mbs and then all users are over the quota. Is there a way to implement a specific user quota of 2Gbs to a user created. Existing users are not a main concern at this point.
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