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how to find mount point free space?

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Hi, can somebody explain how to mount point free space i am using sql server 2008
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The dir command works for me.

C:\>dir \\mbw1\t
 Volume in drive \\mbw1\t is T
 Volume Serial Number is 00FD-0054

 Directory of \\mbw1\t

2011-06-14  14:47    <DIR>          .
2009-12-23  15:45    <DIR>          ..
2009-12-25  11:16    <DIR>          Sort
2011-08-07  03:06    <DIR>          Temp
2011-06-14  14:28                25 photorec.sig
2012-03-05  21:47    <DIR>          MyTivo
               1 File(s)             25 bytes
               5 Dir(s)  232,622,956,544 bytes free


I know that's a 1TB drive, and dir tells me there are 221,846 MiB (216.6 GiB) free.
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thank you so much
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