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Step-by-Step Guide for File Server Resource Manager in Windows Server 2008
Published: February 2008
File Server Resource Manager enables system administrators to understand how storage is being used and to manage the use of their storage by generating storage reports, applying quotas to volumes and folders, and screening files on the server. This guide provides step-by-step walkthroughs for creating quotas, creating file screens, and scheduling storage reports.
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Step-by-Step Guide for File Server Resource Manager in Windows Server 2008 1
Copyright Information 2
Introduction to File Server Resource Manager 5
Using File Server Resource Manager 5
Opening File Server Resource Manager 6
Configuring File Server Resource Manager 7
Managing Storage Resources on a Remote Computer 7
Using Command-Line Tools for File Server Resource Manager 8
Working with Quotas 9
File Server Resource Manager Quotas vs. NTFS Disk Quotas 9
About Quota Templates 10
Creating a Quota 10
Creating a Quota Template 11
Updating Quotas by Editing a Quota Template 13
Creating an Auto Apply Quota 14
Editing an Auto Apply Quota 15
Monitoring Quota Use 16
Screening Files 17
Working with File Groups 18
Creating a File Screen 19
Creating a File Screen Exception 21
Monitoring File Screening 22
Generating Storage Reports 23
Storage Reports Available in File Server Resource Manager 23
Configuring Report Parameters 24
Scheduling a Set of Reports 25
Generating Reports on Demand 26
Backing up File Server Resource Manager Configurations 28
Test Scenarios for File Server Resource Manager 28
Quota Management Scenarios 29
Testing Quotas 29
Testing Auto Apply Quotas 31
Testing Quota Templates 32
File Screening Management Scenarios 34
Testing File Groups 34
Testing File Screens 35
Testing File Screen Templates 36
Storage Reports Management Scenarios 37
Testing Scheduled Reports 38
Testing On-Demand Reports 39
Clustering Scenarios 41
Preliminary Configuration Guidelines 41
Template Export and Import Scenarios 42
Preliminary Configuration Guidelines 42
With the increasing demand on storage resources, as organizations rely more heavily on data than ever before, IT administrators face the challenge of overseeing a larger and more complex storage infrastructure, while at the same time, tracking the kind of information available in it. Today, managing storage resources not only includes data size and availability but also the enforcement of company policies and a very good understanding of how existing storage is being used, allowing for sound strategic planning and proper response to organizational changes.
File Server Resource Manager is a suite of tools that allows administrators to understand, control, and manage the quantity and type of data stored on their servers. By using File Server Resource Manager, administrators can place quotas on volumes, actively screen files and folders, and generate comprehensive storage reports. This set of advanced instruments not only helps the administrator to efficiently monitor existing storage resources, but it also aids in the planning and implementation of future policy changes.
By using File Server Resource Manager, you can perform the following tasks:
Create quotas to limit the space allowed for a volume or folder and generate e-mail and other notifications when the quota limits are approached or exceeded.
Automatically generate and apply quotas to all existing subfolders and any new subfolders in a volume or folder.
Create file screens to control the type of files that users can save, and send notifications when users attempt to save blocked files.
Define quota and file screening templates that can be easily applied to new volumes or folders and reused across an organization.
Schedule periodic storage reports that help identify trends in disk usage, or generate storage reports instantly, on demand.
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