Книга: Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage, Security, & Networking Pocket Consultant

Deleting disk quota entries

Deleting disk quota entries

When you’ve created disk quota entries on a volume and a user no longer needs to use the volume, you can delete the associated disk quota entry. When you delete a disk quota entry, all files owned by the user are collected and displayed in a dialog box so that you can permanently delete the files, take ownership of the files, or move the files to a folder on a different volume.

To delete a disk quota entry for a user and manage the user’s remaining files on the volume, follow these steps:

1. Open the Quota Entries dialog box as discussed in “Viewing disk quota entries” earlier in this chapter. Current quota entries for all users are listed. To refresh the listing, press F5 or choose Refresh from the View menu.

2. Select the disk quota entry you want to delete, and then press Delete, or choose Delete Quota Entry from the Quota menu. You can select multiple entries by using the Shift and Ctrl keys.

3. When prompted to confirm the action, tap or click Yes to display the Disk Quota dialog box with a list of current files owned by the selected user or users.

4. In the List Files Owned By list, display files for a user whose quota entry you’re deleting. You must now specify how the files for the user are to be handled. You can handle each file separately by selecting individual files and then choosing an appropriate option, or you can select multiple files by using the Shift and Ctrl keys. The following options are available:

? Permanently Delete Files Select the files to delete, and then press Delete. When prompted to confirm the action, tap or click Yes.

? Take Ownership Of Files Select the files you want to take ownership of, and then tap or click Take Ownership Of Files.

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