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Windows Server 2003 R2 delivers greatly improved storage management capabilities, including significant enhancements to quota configuration. Although these features will prove valuable in a production environment, the certification examination does not address them. See the documentation for Windows Server 2003 R2 for more information about its storage management features.
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Practice: Implementing Disk Quotas
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In this practice, you will configure default quota management settings to limit the amount of data users can store on Server01. You will then configure custom quota settings to allow the users in the Marketing department to store more data because their media files are generally larger than other users business documents. And you allow developers to be exempt from quotas.
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Exercise 1: Configuring Default Disk Quota Settings
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1. Open Disk Management. 2. Right-click the More_Space volume and choose Properties. 3. Click the Quota tab. 4. Click the Enable Quota Management check box. 5. Select the Deny Disk Space To Users Exceeding Quota Limit check box. 6. Select Limit Disk Space To. Configure the limit as 10 MB and the warning level as 6 MB. 7. Select both Log check boxes. 8. Click Apply. A Disk Quota dialog box appears, warning you that the volume will be rescanned to update disk usage statistics if you enable quotas. Click OK to confirm. 9. Do not close the Volume Properties dialog box because you will use it in the next exercise.
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Exercise 2: Creating Custom Quota Entries for Users
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1. In the Quota tab of the More_Space Properties dialog box, click Quota Entries to open the Quota Entries dialog box.
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Notice that the Builtin\Administrators group is listed. If you created files while logged in as a nonadministrator user, there would be a quota entry for that user as well because the user account owns files on the volume.
You will now create quota entries allowing your Marketing employees, Dan Holme and Danielle Tiedt, more disk storage than the default. 2. On the Quota menu, click New Quota Entry. 3. Click Advanced and click Find Now. All users in the domain are listed. 4. Select Dan Holme and Danielle Tiedt and click OK twice.
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Maintaining Disk Storage Volumes
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5. Set the quota entry to limit disk usage at 15 MB and to warn the user at 10 MB. Click OK. You will now create quota entries allowing your developers, Lorrin Smith-Bates and Scott Bishop, to be exempt from quotas. 6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 to configure quota entries for Lorrin Smith-Bates and Scott Bishop. Set the entry so that their disk usage is not limited.
Exercise 3 (Optional): Test Disk Quotas
1. Log on as Danielle Tiedt. 2. Create a folder in the X:\Docs folder called Dtiedt. 3. Copy the Support folder from the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM to the X:\Docs\Dtiedt folder. The Support folder is 11 MB and is lower than Danielle Tiedt s quota. The copy completes successfully. 4. Log on as Dan Holme. 5. Create a folder in X:\Docs called Dholme. 6. Copy the Support folder from the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM to the X:\Docs\Dholme folder. The folder is smaller than Dan Holme s quota limit and completes successfully. 7. Copy the Valueadd folder from the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM to the X:\Docs\Dholme folder. The folder is 6 MB, and, therefore, puts Dan Holme over his quota limit. The copy will be interrupted. 8. Log on as Administrator and open the Quota Entries dialog box for the More_Space volume. Notice the information presented about disk usage for each user.
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. You re the administrator of a computer running Windows Server 2003. You want to fix any file system errors and recover any bad sectors on your computer s hard disk. Which tool should you use a. Check Disk b. Disk Defragmenter c. Diskpart d. Disk quotas
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