2.The auditing options are as follows:. Because NTFS disk quotas are tracked on a per-volume, per-user basis, disk space used by one user doesn’t affect the disk quotas for other users. Thus, if one user exceeds his limit, any restrictions applied to this user don’t apply to other users. For example, if a user exceeds a 5-GB disk quota limit and the volume is configured to prevent writing over the limit, the user can no longer write data to the volume. Users can, however, remove files and folders from the volume to free up disk space. They can also move files and folders to a compressed area on the volume, which might free up space, or they can elect to compress the files themselves. Moving files to a different location on the volume doesn’t affect the quota restriction. The amount of file space is the same unless the user moves uncompressed files and folders to a folder with compression. In any case, the restriction on a single user doesn’t affect other users’ ability to write to the volume (as long as there’s free space on the volume).. When you’ve created disk quota entries on a volume and a user no longer needs to use the volume, you can delete the associated disk quota entry. When you delete a disk quota entry, all files owned by the user are collected and displayed in a dialog box so that you can permanently delete the files, take ownership of the files, or move the files to a folder on a different volume.. ? Redirect To The Local Userprofile LocationIf you select this option, the folder is redirected to a subdirectory within the user profile directory. You set the location of the user profile with the %UserProfile% variable.. ?By specifying the URL used within your organization for Work Folders discovery, such ashttps://workfolders.cpandl.com. A computer that uses dynamic IPv4 addressing and configuration is called aDHCPv4 client. When you start a DHCPv4 client, a 32-bit IPv4 address can be retrieved from a pool of IPv4 addresses defined for the network’s DHCP server.. ?If the M and O flags are both set to 0, the network is considered not to have DHCPv6 infrastructure. Clients use router advertisements for non-link-local addresses and manual configuration to configure other settings.. ?A server icon with red circle with an X through it indicates that the console can’t connect to the server. The DHCP service has been stopped or the server is inaccessible.. After you install a DHCP server, you need to configure the scopes that the DHCP server will use. Scopes are pools of IP addresses you can lease to clients. As explained earlier in“Understanding scopes,” you can create superscopes, normal scopes, multicast scopes, and failover scopes with IPv4 addresses, but you can create only normal scopes with IPv6 addresses.. Removing scopes from a superscope. ? Total AddressesShows the total number of IP addresses assigned to the scope.. REAL WORLDMost organizations have private and public areas of their network. The public network areas might be where web and external email servers reside. Your organization’s public network areas shouldn’t allow unrestricted access. Instead, public network areas should be configured as part of perimeter networks. (Perimeter networks are also known asDMZs, demilitarized zones, andscreened subnets. These are areas protected by your organization’s firewall that have restricted external access and no access to the internal network.) Otherwise, public network areas should be in a completely separate and firewall-protected area.. 2.Tap or click the Start Of Authority (SOA) tab, and then update the text boxes shown in Figure 9–8.. 5.Tap or click Add to create a print connection entry.. 12.On the Importing page, tap or click Finish to exit the Printer Migration Wizard..