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Hey all

I used to use treesize to get an idea of file types and what space they were taking up on server shares.  Treesize used to let you run it right no the server.  Anyone know of a version that still allows you to, or perhaps a save alternative?
Thank you all!!
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You could try WinDirStat.
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I do not quite understand. The current version of Tree Size Pro runs on workstations and servers both and is very inexpensive so is worth it.
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Agree - I usually use WinDirStat - and read my article on how to get the best results:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/28565/Using-Tools-To-Find-What-is-Using-Your-Disk-Space.html
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Hey Leo
Thank you for this!  Have you used any of these at all on any servers?

John - thank you!! Yes, I didn't realize how inexpensive it was, def still an option then!

Lee - good info will check out your article as well! At a client site at the moment, will go through this all later!
AKB - thank you.
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I have used some of them, not all of them :-)
you can read and try  which one serves your purpose and requirements.
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Thank you all for this super helpful info!

You guys are the best - have a great eve!
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