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RE: [seul-edu] File Space on a Samba Server
I did part of that already ... I mappedd the drive share, and viewed it with
details, but it gave me an incorrect file space size ... I will have to try
right click/properties the sharename tomorrow and see if it gives me correct
Mind you, the only reason I care is the students have quotas and I am trying
to make it easier for them to tell how much space they have .....
I guess I could also look into a logon script that tells them what kind of
space they have ....
At 15:43 3/27/00 -0500, you wrote:
>I don't know whether this will help, but from a W98 machine, if I right
>click/properties on a sharename (by expanding Network Neighborhood), then I
>do not get any space information. On the other hand, if I map the sharename
>to a "drive letter" and then from Windows Explorer, right click/properties,
>then I will get space utilization information (however, it seems to be
>truncated to 2Gigs). I'm testing this at home using a W98/W95 peer network.
>I'll try it tomorrow with Samba at work.
>East Granby, CT School System
>From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf
>Of Mike Wohlgemuth
>Sent: Monday, March 27, 2000 2:41 PM
>Subject: [seul-edu] File Space on a Samba Server
>Hi all ... I am trying to find an "easy" way for users to know how much
>directory space they are using from a Win Nt workstation.
>Here is the scenario ... a samba server (1.9.18p10) that shares users home
>The relevant part of smb.conf is
> comment = %U's Files
> browseable = no
> writable = yes
>when the user right clicks on her folder, and selects properties, from a
>workstation (all are NT 4.0) she gets the dialog "The server does not accept
>remote requests" . If she goes inside of her directory and right clicks and
>selects properties on a folder, then she gets all relevant information.
>How do I make it so that she can also see the properties on her folder?
>SAIL High School
>mikE wohlgemutH > email@example.com
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