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    Hi All

    We have disk quotas to prevent any user from filling the disk on the RDS. Users have OneDrive set up and we’re finding that when they choose “Free up space”, although the allocated space changes as the local copy is removed, the size on disk remains the same. The trouble is, where one user might have 50GB in OneDrive and a local disk quota limit of 50GB, they will be denied space on the local disk (as planned). The “Free up space” option releases disk space but the used space in the local disk quota entries remains the same?

    We can delete the file and the disk quota then releases the space too, but that’s really not helpful.

    Any input gratefully received!

    Thanks

    Rob

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