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We have a host of critical object data sets and file uploads along with some user adhoc data files and sets but we own and schedule the critical files with an Admin account however have bumped up against the Size Limit of Stored Data Per User and have had to increase that. We've had other users try to build ridiculous datasets or upload monstrous files that have been tripped by the sane limits and it enabled us to have a conversation with the user on best and proven practice to keep the user controlled source files reasonable. The fear is that since we have to keep bumping up the limit as seen through the Admin account that users now have a higher ceiling. We've worked to split out multiple Admin accounts to spread the load but I don't see why Admin can't be excluded.
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