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File Server Resource Manager


This module limits the size of the game server's root directory on Windows Server


Features

  • Automatically installs File Server Resource Manager (Windows Server 2016/2019)
  • Set default disk quota per game.
  • Automatically sets the default quota on existing services (optional).
  • Option to increase/reduce a service's quota.
  • Automatically updates disk usage.
  • Adds usage to the service home page.
  • The user and service can't create more files when the quota has been reached.
  • Does not require Run As = User per service.
  • Support for WHMCS (send variable FSRM_DiskQuota in GB)
  • Easy to customize (based on global scripts)

Requirements

  • Windows Server 2012R2/2016/2019
  • TCAdmin 2.0.159.11. Update to 2.0.159.0 first then execute "TCAdminUpdateTool.exe 2.0.159.11"

Instructions

Windows Server 2012 R2

  • Open PowerShell as administrator and execute this command to install File Server Resource Manager.
Install-WindowsFeature –Name FS-Resource-Manager –IncludeManagementTools
  • After installing reboot Windows twice (yes 2 times)

Windows Server 2016/2019

  • No additional steps are needed. File Server Resource Manager is installed automatically.

Known Issues

  • If you set the disk quota and the popup window shows "False" you need to reboot the server so the File Server Resource Manager PowerShell module can be used.

  • Submitter
    LFA
  • Submitted
    11/03/20
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