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Size of Redirected Desktop Folders

Posted on 2013-01-28
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On a 2003 SBS system I am trying to see how much data is being used by individual's (redirected) Desktop Folders. But the Administrator does not have permission to read the folders' contents. How can I get info on how much disk space each user is using?
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Question by:GreenWingRider
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Treesize has a freeware program that you could run as whatever user with the appropriate permissions simply by holding shift and right clicking the program and selecting run as...
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But, does that mean I would have to run the program for each user with each user's credentials separately to get the space used by all users? If so, that wouldn't be easy.
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Thomas WERNHER earned 500 total points
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hi,

on your server, have you tried, for the file servie to add the file server resources manager and to have your stats from this Subservice ?

Cheers
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I was not aware of the resources manager. I'll look into it.
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