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tamin

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Hi everybody

I want to know is there any way to limit or set quota for group of users acctually not by using edit users I want to set a role or do it in Qos or some thing like this.in addition I know that I can use template just for once ( and my problem is with that the templateis just one time because I have lots of users and I want to create more than one template )but I want to know the best way and your suggestions to set policy on groups or ...

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Ehsan

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Quotas and bandwidth limits can be set only for groups or individual users.
User role use basically just another word for a user group.
Template is only one per domain.

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tamin

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Hi peter

Thank you for answering my question
Acctually I khow that It's possible to set the quota for users either by using a template or editing them one by one or selecting multiple users and then clicking 'edit' to change a settings for all users selected. I want to know how can I set Quotas for groups ?

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Networkerr

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Why bandwith limiter does not works properly?
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