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Old 17-10-2010
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Profile Storage Space Quota

I have just knowledgeable a fresh problem. There's a Red X in appeared on my taskbar and I didn't recognize what it is. I study upon it by posting here. In fact, I have gone beyond my Profile Storage Space Quota. I can?t even log off or reboot all the way through the Windows because it declare that I have to shift it to a few items from my profile to network or local storage. I am unable to do it. Do anyone have the idea to remove this problem. Any help related to this issue will be appreciated. Thank you in Advance.
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Re: Profile Storage Space Quota

I have faced the same problem, but I am unable to solve the same problem what can I do for this. But I had a few Windows troubles and I did a Windows Repair with my original XP drive. Now the additional problems are gone and I have this latest one. I not at all know about this Profile Storage Space quota before, but after analysis up on it, there should have been a Yellow X as a caution when I approach close to my Profile Storage Space quota, but I not at all got that. The Red X comes into view instantaneously after I have done repaired Windows on my computer system, so I visualize the repair and had a bit to do with it. There's as well a new line I can't able to update any Microsoft programs on to my computer system. With the Windows Repair, it gone back to IE v.6 and Windows Media Player v.9. When I attempt to update them, it goes through the fresh installation and then it utter "Installation could not be completed." I have tried to install SP3 and partly way through it terminate and said "Access Denied." I don't know if this is related to the Profile Storage Problem or not. It's a home computer and I'm the only one using it and I have administrative rights. How can I increase my storage quota. Please do help me.
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Re: Profile Storage Space Quota

I just set it today with the help of Geeks-To-Go. Here's what to do: Press to the Start key, then push on "Run". Type gpedit.msc in the Run field and push on "Ok". This unlocks the Group Policy Editor. In the left pane of the resultant window, expand (click +) consumer Configuration, then Administrative pattern, then System, and hit it off on the User Profiles. In the right pane, look at the setting for "Limit profile size"? That's what you have to modify. Mine was situating to "Not Configured." If it situating that or if it has a profile size listed, just modify it to "Disabled." Then there will be no boundary on how a great data you can store I did that and the problem was gone.
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Re: Profile Storage Space Quota

Someone tell me to make a registry file by duplicate and pasting the foundation code to notepad and save it as undopolicy.reg (under All Files):
Code:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System]
"EnableProfileQuota"=-
"ProfileQuotaMessage"=-
"MaxProfileSize"=-
"IncludeRegInProQuota"=-
"WarnUser"=-
"WarnUserTimeout"=-
I clicked it twice and it work after I saved it to my Desktop, and it started working.
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Re: Profile Storage Space Quota

I have removed this problem by this step.
  • Version 5.1 is good.
  • Highlight all of the code in the Code block
  • push CTRL+C. copies the decorated text to the clipboard though nil is visible.
  • Unlock Notepad
  • Press CTRL+V.
  • Click File | Save As
  • click Desktop On the left side
  • File Name: type Undopolicy.reg
  • Save as Type: box, set this to All Files
  • Encoding: box, set this to ANSI
  • Click the Save button.
  • Double click the appeared file. You will get a dialog asking if you are sure you want to add this information, click on Yes.
  • You should then get a communication that it was successfully entered. Press OK.
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