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I have a windows server 2003 and there are 21 disk drives

I want to run a command in the "cmd" session to find the disk space total, availble etc
just like when I use windows explorer and navigate to "My computer"

Once I find the snapshot , I can store it in a spead sheet and monitor over a period of time

Can anyone let me know what command will I use

Thanks
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ok...but which one?

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