3.7.687 (build 687) change maximum storage size may cause some apps problem?

I met a problem , When using some software, it will tell me that there is not enough space.
When I switch back to the old version, it does work.

Im Using G Suite (edu ver.), Unlimit space.

In Windows 2012 R2. OS show Total Free: 1EB, use NetDrive ver.3.7.687, ARC Serve show no space, I reinstall NetDrive ver.3.6.571 , OS show free space is 10TB, and ARC Serve work fine.

It’s Netdrive new version update not considered well??

I think some applications could not handle Exabyte correctly and cause the problem.

We may need to add an option to specify free space manually when user has unlimited storage option.

Thanks for the feedback.

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Re-Hi! ysh !!

Have you mentioned that the current version of this feature has been added (V3.8.879)?
I see that the current version still does not have this feature optional…

Hello chwan1.

I have a plan to add option for total space to NetDrive 3.9 beta.

I’ll let you know when I can download and install it.


Hello chwan1.

Thank you for watiing.

We released NetDrive 3.8.915.

The version is included the option set a total space.

You can set a total space of a drive pressing “OPTION” button in a configuration of a drive.


Hello!! jyyoon!
Thank you for your help!
I will try this feature, and report the results after use. :slight_smile:

Sorry! jyyoon !!

I don’t see that OPTION button in drive configureation.
In Drive OPTION, still has Use team…, Show share…Set Large enought…
Receive change…

I’ll try to install older version back…

Hello chwan1

Sorry about that.

I forgot you are using Google Drive protocol.

The feature is added to the protocols which are not support a quota like as webdav, ftp, sftp, etc.

Google Drive doesn’t support it because Google drive says to NetDrive the quota is unlimited.

I will discuss this with develop team.


Dear jyyoon!

I saw V3.8.921 on the release note of the website version history
Mention “you can manually set total space of drive items which does not provide space…Google Cloud Storage”

Should it be revised and mentioned later after the amendment? :slight_smile: