• File System: NTFS or FAT32
  • Quick Format Select Perform A Quick Format if you want Disk Management to skip the sometimes lengthy disk-checking process (not wise)
  • Open Disk Management, right-click an unallocated portion of a dynamic disk, and then choose New Volume.
  • Must use dynamic disk Must have NTFS Format
  • Using quotas, you can set storage limits for each user and each volume
  • Enabling Disk Quotas To enable disk quotas, use the Quota tab in the properties dialog box for a volume
  • On the Assign Drive Letter Or Path page, these three options appear




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    On the Assign Drive Letter Or Path page, these three options appear:

        • Assign The Following Drive Letter

        • Mount In The Following Empty NTFS Folder

        • Do Not Assign A Drive Letter Or Drive Path

    The Format Partition page

    File System: NTFS or FAT32

    Allocation Unit Size

    • Use the Default selection, in which Windows XP selects the appropriate cluster size based on volume size

    Volume Label

    Quick Format

    Select Perform A Quick Format if you want Disk Management to skip the sometimes lengthy disk-checking process (not wise)

    Select Enable File And Folder Compression if you want all data on the new volume to use NTFS compression

    Creating a Simple Volume on a Dynamic Disk

    Open Disk Management, right-click an unallocated portion of a dynamic disk, and then choose New Volume.

    On the Select Volume Type page, select Simple

    Combining Volumes from Dynamic Disks

    If you have additional unallocated space on a dynamic disk—either the same disk or another disk—you can extend an existing volume to increase its size

        • Must use dynamic disk

        • Must have NTFS Format

        • You can’t extend a system volume or boot volume

    Setting Quotas for Disk Space Use

    Disk quotas allow you to monitor and limit disk-space usage on NTFS-formatted drives and volumes

        • Using quotas, you can set storage limits for each user and each volume

        • When you enable disk quotas, Windows tracks volume usage by file ownership

        • A file counts against a user’s quota if the security identifier (SID) of the file’s owner is the same as the user’s SID

    Enabling Disk Quotas

    To enable disk quotas, use the Quota tab in the properties dialog box for a volume

    Open My Computer, Right-click an NTFS volume, Properties


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