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I know that you can do SharePoint Site Collection Quotas out of the box, but what about Individual Site Quotas? I seem to remember a third party utility that can do this, but Google turned up zero on this. Thanks!

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The site collection quotas actually setup a quota for each site in the collection. So if for example you want to limit a site to 100mb and warn at 90mb, that happens on each site in the collection, not for the entire site collection.

If what you are looking for though is, within a site collection, to say that Site A's quota is 50mb, Site B's is 100mb, and Site C's is 200mb - then you do indeed need a third-party utility.

The only one I know of is not free (and I haven't ever used it), but here is the link:

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Matt, you should be careful answering my questions or you'll get voted down and marked the answer again just on principle :-p – tekiegreg Mar 16 '10 at 17:53

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