show folder size for every folder/subfolder on certain drive

Here at work, we have a shared network drive that most employees use to share files with each other.  The drive is now out of space.  The drive contains about hundred folders ( and subfolders ) and over 1,500 files.  Each folder is an employees own folder.  Is there an easy way to see which folder ( and / or subfolder ) is taking most of the space without looking at the properties of each folder/subfolder.

I'm kinda wanting a way to "tree out" the folders and subfolders and show the folder size of each.

We are using NT 4.0

Thanks

Andrew
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amscottCommented:
the program diruse should give you what you want. I think it is on Microsoft's web site or do a google search.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Points to amscott - DIRUSE is part of the NT4 resource kit available on Microsoft's site (may be in newer OS resource kits as well).
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Cyber-DudeCommented:
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Try to use the 'Folder Size Explorer Extension'. I know it is for XP and 2000 but, try to use it on NT - I hope it will work...
http://brio.dyndns.org/foldersize/

Also, checkout this article;
http://www.codeproject.com/shell/DirectorySize.asp

Enjoy

Cyber
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nobusCommented:
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awehmeAuthor Commented:
nobus - I also liked the program called filelist on the same web page as treesize.

Thanks

Andrew
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