need a powershell script to extract File share info into CSV

hello, we have 10TB of data on our fileshares and would like a script that will capture the following in a CSV report:

break it out in terms of the folders in descending order of size, the owners, etc.   Reports that will be helpful would be:

1.   Total data grouped by Fileshare folder in descending size.  If we can identify the owner of each folder that will be great.
2.   Analysis of file size by data type
3.  Analysis of storage size by timeframes (< 1 year, 1-2, 2-3, 3+)


thx in advance

S.
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Thomas WheelerCommented:
its not a powershell script but Tree size is a cool program that can be used to generate reports on files sizes. You can install it right click a folder and it will report sizes and dates. You can order the data than print the report as a pdf. The professional version allows you to export as csv. www.jam-software.com
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siber1Author Commented:
thanks Thomas, just what I was looking for!
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