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     Ok I have a client that requires the following.  They need to do searches on looking for old data on the file servers.  They would like to know for example how many files and how much data they have from a particular date range.  I know using the windows tool I can look for all files from a date range but I'd like to know more info like total size or broken up by file type.  Anyone know of any utilities that can handle this?  
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Have a look at Tree Size Pro.
It will tell you the size of each directory, top 100 files, oldest files etc.
http://www.jam-software.com/treesize/
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That was a great program.  Thanks.
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