(I'm not sure exactly where to ask this so here goes.)\n\nAssume a windows file server (most likely Windows 2003) that's connected to\na very slow and troubled network and assume there are some very large files\n(500 Meg and up) I would like to get on or off them. Under normal\nconditions copying one of these files to or from this server will seriously\nimpact performance of the network and make me very unpopular.\n\nIs there any way, programmatically or adminstratively, for an individual\nuser to control the speed of a file copy, to reduce it to a point where it\nwould not interfer with routine ops? (i.e. Start the copy and go home for\nthe night.) I don't remember ever hearing of such a concept.