IFsrmAutoApplyQuota::CommitAndUpdateDerived method

[This method is supported for compatibility but it's recommended to use the FSRM WMI Classes to manage FSRM. Please see the MSFT_FSRMAutoQuota class.]

Saves the quota and then applies any changes to the derived quotas.


HRESULT CommitAndUpdateDerived(
  [in]  FsrmCommitOptions         commitOptions,
  [in]  FsrmTemplateApplyOptions  applyOptions,
  [out] IFsrmDerivedObjectsResult **derivedObjectsResult


commitOptions [in]

The options for saving the quota. For possible values, see the FsrmCommitOptions enumeration.

applyOptions [in]

The options used to choose the derived quotas to which the changes are applied. For possible values, see the FsrmTemplateApplyOptions enumeration.

derivedObjectsResult [out]

An IFsrmDerivedObjectsResult interface that you use to determine the list of derived objects that were updated and whether the update was successful.

Return value

The method returns the following return values.




The derivedObjectsResult parameter is NULL.


The FsrmCommitOptions_Asynchronous option is not supported or the automatic quota has been deleted.


In this context, a derived quota is any quota that is applied to a subdirectory of the automatic quota directory. For example, if you create an automatic quota for c:\folder1 and if folder1 has subdirectories of c:\folder1\subfolder1, c:\folder1\subfolder2, and c:\folder1\subfolder3, then a quota that exists on subfolder1, subfolder2, or subfolder3 is considered a derived quota.

You would call this method if you called the ApplyTemplate method to change the source template for the automatic quota. Calling the CommitAndUpdateDerived method would then propagate the new template's settings to the existing quotas under the automatic quota directory.

If you specify the FsrmTemplateApplyOptions_ApplyToDerivedAll option, FSRM will create a quota for all immediate subdirectories that do not have a quota applied to them and will update any existing quotas using the properties of the automatic quota, whether the quota was created from the automatic quota or not. For example, if a quota in one of the subdirectories was originally derived from a template, the quota is considered a derived quota and is updated using the automatic quota—the quota is no longer considered derived from the template.


For an example, see Updating a Quota.


Minimum supported client

None supported

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008






IID_IFsrmAutoApplyQuota is defined as f82e5729-6aba-4740-bfc7-c7f58f75fb7b

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