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DirSize and Windows Server 2008

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I was using the dirsize program to watch my sub folders and the file sizes..I just moved to SBS 2008 and it is a 64bit install and I don't want to have any problems..are there any 64 bit alternatives for the dirsize program?  Leo
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what is dirsize?
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ok i just found it. there is a 64bit version.

you realise you can run 32 apps on your 64bit server without issue?
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Space monger
             

SMonger.zip
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Thanks..
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