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OS 9 connecting to windows 2003 server

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Ive got 4 macs running OS 9 and have installed a brand new windows 2003 SBS server, all can see the network shares ive created but they all see the share as being only 1GB, i have 30 gig worth of data i need to move to the new server from a snap server but the Macs report that the new server share is out of space?

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just to let you know i have solved this issue, if you set the volume to have a maximum number of users of 1000 such as the default UAM volume then they see the proper file size. If you leave it on maximum allowed then it will only see 1gb. I have reported this to microsoft who are looking into it.

merry xmas

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