Effective July 30, 2011 current file and print server quotas have been increased from 10 MB to 100MB. There is also a new subdirectory on the N:\ drive named N:\TEMP.
This 350 MB of space is used if you store files on either the I:, O:, or N: drive. It does not count against your quota if you place files on the N:\TEMP directory. If a user needs additional space on a temporary basis they can store their files temporarily on N:\TEMP.
Also, users need to be aware that the space on N:\TEMP is not backed up and files that are greater than 30 days old will be purged from N:\TEMP. If space utilization on the N:\TEMP drive reaches a critical level, files may be purged earlier than the 30 days.
If you or your department need to share files between different departments and this is a permanent need, please contact the ITS help desk or your C-Tech and they can arrange for permanent storage. If you do place files on the N:\ drive and they are not in the N:\TEMP subdirectory, they will count against your quota.
In order to accomodate both the need of users to share data with other users, as well as the need to have space available for users to temporarily copy data that shouldn't be accessible to other users, we have created 2 sub-directories in the "N:\TEMP" directory. They are:
How to determine your current disk usage:
Click here for Windows XP
Click here forWindows 2000
For further information, contact your College or Department C-Tech or the ITS help desk (firstname.lastname@example.org )
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