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We are looking at backing up all users' profile on Windows 7 on the network. Before we can do that we want to find out the size of the all the users' profile on the network. Is there a way/tool to collect the info?
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No, you will have to go to each machine and look at each one.

You can right-click on "My Computer" then "Properties" then the Advanced tab.

From there click on "User Profiles".

I'm assuming of course these are local profiles and not roaming ones.
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Is there any script to do it?
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