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View Folder size

Posted on 2003-11-26
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When working on a windows 2000 server, is there a way I can view the folder sizes. I can view file size but not  folder size.
I will probably need to start monitoring users folders in the future. But right now I just need to view the folder size? Need suggestions on simple ways to do this
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LucF earned 100 total points
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Hi millek,

Just rightclick the folder and choose properties.

Greetings,

LucF
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by:sunray_2003
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Dear millek,

Why dont you right-click the folder and check properties.. What more information do you want than that provides ?

Thanks,
Sunray
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by:LucF
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finally I've beaten you with QP sunray ;-)
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by:sunray_2003
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Damn my sentence was long.. Next time will give in few words.. hehehhe!!

Sunray
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by:LucF
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lol!
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by:sunray_2003
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You may also want to use these tools

http://www.softmajor.com/aveselov/vfs/download.html

sunray
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by:millek
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duhh
alright you've got me. I was wanting to view the whole list at one time with the size listed in the size column on the detailed view.
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by:spiderfix
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You can add a column with this third party soft

http://www.softmajor.com/aveselov/vfs/download.html
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