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Number of folders and files created

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I have about 5 windows 2008 r2 servers filer services in ad. I would like to know if there is a tool out there that can tell me how much new data was created on a daily or weekly basis on these servers?

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TreeSize Pro (Jam Software) can show you an aging of files within a folder. For a folder, you can see Details, Users, Age, History and other attributes. I suggest you give it a try and see if it will do what you want.  

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In addition to the previous comments

File Server Resource Manager
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732431.aspx

You can do basic reporting, if thats good enough.

If not then windirstat is an ok program too.
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Please ignore previous update.
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Hi Sandesh , Please explain the meaning of Ignoring the previous updates.

Thanks.
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Hi

Should i close down this question?
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Has the question been satisfactorily answered?
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yes, i was just checking based on the last two comments. but its fine i can close down.
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Sorry for the trouble I have posted some comments which was for other post and wrongly posted here which is deleted and hence mentioned to ignore the same.
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Close away then :)
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