Looking for a way to quickly list folder sizes and what is consuming drive space

I am looking for a way to quickly list folder and file sizes on my exchange server. I have tied several products from a google search and found them to inadequate when scanning exchange folder or the GFI folder. They work fine on my file servers. It may be that I am impatient and not allowing them to run all night to gather what I am looking for.  I have only 25 gb on the system drive and between windows exchange gfi and SYM corp AV, CA brightstor I don't have much left. I would like to know what is sucking it all up.

Thanks,
Genadian
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chuckbassCommented:
Have you tried WinDirStat?  I use it on occasion on servers running ow in disk.  It does a good job of visually identifying where your space is being used.  Here's the link:
http://windirstat.info/

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jderaCommented:
In DOS  use DIR /S
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hlarseCommented:
My favorite has always been treesize
http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml
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genadianAuthor Commented:
Chuckbass,
I have not tried this app. I will look into it now.

Thank You
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genadianAuthor Commented:
jdera,
I am looking for a bit more sophistication so to speak.

Thank You,
Genadian
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genadianAuthor Commented:
hlarse,
I tried tresize and found that it stalls on the exchange server. Ii did ok until it got to the exsrv folder and then it seemed to stall. after 30 minutes I canceled and uninstalled it. It disd do well on my file servers though.

Thanks,
Genadian
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jderaCommented:
Some else just asked this question a couple of hours ago, the answer I gave was:

Try this, try disk quotas so this is no longer an issue.  Home directories can get out of control.

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Hard-Disk-Utils/Disk-Space-Inspector.shtml

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