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Windows Shares Cleanup

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we have shares in the network to clean up
I need a tool that scans a share and generates an output with the following fields:
File name: last date modified: Size:


preferably sorting the files out from the oldest in (Last date Modified) to the newest

Any help will be very much appreciated

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I use TreeSize Professional for this (Jam Software).  It is great for finding large files (which is where you need to look for space saving) and can sort by various attributes.

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I will try it...
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@jskfan - Thanks and I was happy to help. You will like TreeSize. It does a good job.

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