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You have a server named Server1 that runs Windows Server 2012 R2.
An administrator creates a quota as shown in the Quota exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)


You run the dir command as shown in the Dir exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

You need to ensure that D:\Folder1 can only consume 100 MB of disk space.
What should you do?

  • A. From File Server Resource Manager, create a new quota.
  • B. From File Server Resource Manager, edit the existing quota.
  • C. From the Services console, set the Startup Type of the Optimize drives service to Automatic.
  • D. From the properties of drive D, enable quota management.
Created 6 months, 1 week ago by xXxOlivierxXx

xXxOlivierxXx

If I understand this correctly, the quota that already exists in the picture only applies to the subfolders inside of C:\Folder1 but not to C:\Folder1 itself, which means that if you want to restrict the amount of space available in C:\Folder1 you need to create a new quota

gerrianneroberts

Correct - the C:\Folder1\* means all subfolders - it would need to be C:\Folder1 to apply to Folder1. In this case, it is applying to all children objects, but not the parent

scot.mcpherson

I am reading that the same way. Assuming the current directory is c:\Folder1, the quota is being applied to .\*, not to .

LoganJorel

D:\Folder1 turns into C:\Folder2 which doesn't exactly apply to the entire folder.. so you create C:\Folder1 quota which applies to the entire folder, so that users using D:\Folder1 recieve proper quota limitations... CLEAN your shit up