troubleshooting Question

Monitoring Server Hard space

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Microsoft Legacy OSMicrosoft DevelopmentMicrosoft Hardware
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I am a complete newbie when it comes to scripting so please bare with me!!
I have around 300+ servers to include Virtual Machines that I need to monitor their physical Hard Drive space. Most of the servers and VM's will have two physical Hard drives (C: and D: respectfully).
First part of the script:
I need a script that will search active directory for computers that have either Win2000 or Win2003 and than export that list to a .csv file. I have other processes that could use this file.
Second Part:
Use the .csv file to find general information about the servers (CPU, Memory, # of HD's, HD Space, HD Free Space).
Thrid Part:
If any of the physical Hard Drive on a single server falls below lets say 5% they are added to a list of other servers meeting the same requirements.
Fourth Part:
Sends an email with the list of servers that fall below the 5%.

I don't have a lot of time to implement this script, so I need something that I can just copy from here, make a few minor changes and than push it out.  I would prefer the script to be in Powershell, but at this point I really don't care. I just need some help!!
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