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Scan File Server for old files - ET

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I am looking for a tool, vbs script, or command line that will scan a directory on my windows file server and report back on how much data (# of GB) is older than x days.
I have a separate command line that will go through and delete this data but before running that i would like to get some statistics so i know how far back i should delete.

Anyone know of such tools?
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Figured it out. TreeSize Professional has this feature.
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