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How to calculate folder size using a PowerShell script on multiple servers in multiple directories?

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Hello,, I am in need of a PowerShell script to calulate the size of folders or libraries located in various
directories on different servers. The size would be calculated from a path similar to
: "\\{servername}\{drive}\{Directoryname}\{library}\stacks"
There are 12 servers with at least 6 libraries needing size calculated then the sum of all libraries.
All this to be automated to a spreadsheet.

Thanks for your help.
Regards, SColleen
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Best solution was very clearly understood. Thank you both for your assistance. I had been meaning to reply earlier, sorry for the delay.
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