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View space used and file types of protected folders

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I have about 120 users on a Windows 2003 file server.  I want to be able to view the amount of disk space and the file types that are using the disk space in protected "private" folders on the server.  The administrator doesn't have access to these folders.  It's basically a synchronized My documents folder.  I want to be sure that no one is storing their iTunes, etc. on the server.  Is there a utility that will allow me to view the file sizes and types in these folders?
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treesize should do it for you

http://www.jam-software.com/treesize/
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Worked Great!  Thanks a lot!!!
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no problem
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