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Fileshare Audit and Cleanup

Posted on 2014-10-17
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What is the recommended way to audit a file share drive, and to get a listing of the subfolders, content and size without having to manually drill down?

Not really concerned with auditing permissions and such at the moment.
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There's a tool called treesize which will show you folders and sub folders and also how mucg space is being used and what files are using the space.
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