exchange 2010

What powershell command will get these results

Free space on the disks that hold the databases(exchange 2010)
rockies_2015Asked:
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rockies_2015Author Commented:
any powershell command?
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Amit KumarCommented:
If you want to get single server disk space then run below one.

get-WmiObject –ComputerName ServerName –Class Win32_Volume -filter "Drivetype=3" | ft –auto DriveLetter,Label,@{Label='Free(GB)';Expression={'{0:N0}' –F ($_.FreeSpace/1GB)}}
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