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Using Your Sybex Electronic Book
To realize the full potential of this Sybex electronic book, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader with
Search installed on your computer. To find out if you have the correct version of Acrobat Reader, click on
the Edit menu—Search should be an option within this menu file. If Search is not an option in the Edit
menu, please exit this application and install Adobe Acrobat Reader with Search from this CD (doubleclick AdbeRdr60.exe in the Adobe folder).
Navigate through the book by clicking on the headings that appear in the left panel;
the corresponding page from the book displays in the right panel.
Find and Search
To find and search, click
on the toolbar or choose
Edit > Search to display the "Search" window. Enter a word or
phrase in the "What...search for?" field and click Search.
The result will be displayed when Acrobat is done searching.
Use the "New Search" feature to search for the next
consecutive entry in the document. For more information
on using the "Match Whole Word Only" and "Match Case"
search parameters, refer to the Acrobat Help file under the
application Help menu.
Click here to begin using
your Sybex Elect ronic Book!
Setting Disk Quotas
Notice the traffic light icon in the upper-left corner of the Quota tab. The traffic light
indicates the status of disk quotas, as follows:
A red light specifies that disk quotas are disabled.
A yellow light specifies that Windows Server 2003 is rebuilding disk quota
A green light specifies that the disk quota system is enabled and active.
The next sections describe how to set quotas for all new users as default quotas and how to
set quotas for a specific user.
Setting Default Quotas
When you set default quota limits for new users on a volume, the quotas apply only to users who
have not yet created files on that volume. This means that users who already own files or folders
on the volume will be exempt from the quota policy. It is also important to note that the data
stored before the quota is set is not counted against the quota limit. Users who have not yet
created a file on the volume will be bound by the quota policy.
To set the default quota limit for new users, access the Quota tab of the Volume Properties
dialog box and check the Enable Quota Management checkbox. Click the Limit Disk Space To
radio button and enter a number in the first box next to the option. In the drop-down list in
the second box, specify whether disk space is limited by KB (kilobytes), MB (megabytes), GB
(gigabytes), TB (terabytes), PB (petabytes), or EB (exabytes). If you choose to limit disk space,
you can also set a warning level, so that users will be warned if they come close to reaching their
limit. Ensure that Deny Disk Space To Users Exceeding Quota Limit is checked or the users
will be allowed to exceed the quota limit you set.
If an administrator from a trusted domain stores data on a drive with a quota, the administrator’s file ownership is charged against the quota. A trusted administrator is not exempt
Setting an Individual Quota
You can also set quotas for individual users. There are several reasons for setting quotas
You can allow a user who routinely updates your applications to have unlimited disk space,
while restricting other users.
You can set warnings at lower levels for a use