File Server Resource Manager is a suite of tools for Windows Server® 2008 that allows administrators to understand, control, and manage the quantity and type of data that is stored on their servers. By using File Server Resource Manager, administrators can place quotas on folders and volumes, actively screen files, and generate comprehensive storage reports. This set of advanced instruments not only helps the administrator efficiently monitor existing storage resources, but it also aids in the planning and implementation of future policy changes.
- Setting File Server
Resource Manager Options Information about
configuring general notification and reporting options before
working with File Server Resource Manager.
Management Information about creating quotas
that set a soft or hard space limit on a volume or folder tree.
- File Screening
Management Information about creating file
screening rules that block files from a volume or a folder
- Storage Reports
Management Information about generating
storage reports that can be used to monitor disk usage patterns,
identify duplicate files and dormant files, track quota usage, and
audit file screening.
Management Information about creating and
applying file classification properties, which are used to
- File Management
Tasks Information about performing file
management tasks to automate the process of finding subsets of
files on a server and applying simple commands.
- Managing Remote Storage
Resources Information about performing
resource management tasks on a remote computer where File Server
Resource Manager is also installed.
- Troubleshooting File
Server Resource Manager Instructions for