How to provide disk quota to an user in Windows 7

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Can you say the process of applying disk quota to the users?
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How to provide disk quota to an user in Windows 7

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Hi Josep,

Certainly, I will help you. Please follow the below steps in order to apply disk quota to the users.
1. Double click on the my computer icon in your desktop.
2. Right click on C drive and go the properties and click on it.
3. Please select quota tab and click on show quota settings.
4. Please click check box of enable quota management.
5. Please click check box of limit disk space to and enter how much space you want to provide the user in C drive.
6. You can also enter the set warning level to  the user.
7. Apply and OK.
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How to provide disk quota to an user in Windows 7

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In order to enable and configure disk quota on a Windows 7 computer, steps given below must be followed:

 
1. Log on to Windows 7 computer with administrator account.
2. Click Start, and from the displayed menu click Computer.
3. From the opened window, right-click the desired drive partition on which disk quota has to be enabled and from the context     menu click Properties.
4. On the opened properties box, go to Quota tab and click Show Quota Settings button.
5. On the displayed box, check Enable quota management checkbox to enable disk quota on the selected volume.
6. To restrict users from saving data on the volume once they have reached their quota limits, check Deny disk space to users   exceeding quota limit checkbox.
7. Under Select the default quota limit for new users on this volume section, click to select Limit disk space to radio button and populate the enabled fields with the desired values.
8. Choose the desired unit (in KB, MB, GB, etc.) from the unit drop-down list.
9. Once done, click OK and on the displayed warning box click OK to enable the disk quota on the volume.

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