command shell or powershell technique for drive stats

is it possible from a windows command prompt or possibly powershell to collect

all volumes on a server, and free space and used space, ideally including percentage type stats.

written out to text file.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Try the below command...
This will ask you to type in the server name and it will give you all of the volume into Size/FreeSpace and export it to a text file.
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_LogicalDisk -ComputerName (read-host "type computer name here") | 
select @{n="DriveLetter";e={$_.DeviceID}}, @{n="FreeSpace(GB)";e={$_.FreeSpace / 1GB}}, @{n="TotalSize (GB)";e={$_.Size / 1GB}} |
Out-File "c:\volumestats.txt

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