PS script to get free disk space of windows server 2003 machines.

Hi,

         I have some Windows server 2003 machines. I want to get the free hard disk spaces of each drive and cpu utilization of each server. I want to run a powershell script from a Windows 10 client machine to get the information in a csv format or a word format. All the machines are domain joined. Can anyone help me with the script?
Aniket MetyaAsked:
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RobertSystem AdminCommented:
The following is just a basic script and you can customize if needed but should get you on your way.
just update outputpath, computer and user variables.
the following will provide some guidance for customization
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.management/get-wmiobject?view=powershell-5.1

#set output file
$outputpath = "C:\temp\"
$computer = "ServerName"
$output = $outputpath + $computer +".csv"
# domain and username for remote access enter valid user
$user = "Domain\username"

#Get CPU Load
$CPU =Get-WmiObject -Credential $user -class Win32_processor -Computer $computer | select-object -Property socketdesignation,loadpercentage
#Get Disk info
$Disk = Get-WmiObject -Credential $user -Class Win32_LogicalDisk -Filter "DriveType=3" -Computer $computer | Select-object -property deviceID,size,freespace



$Cpu | export-csv $output -notype
$disk | add-content $output 

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Aniket MetyaAuthor Commented:
Thank you Robert for guiding. I may have accidentally clicked on report comment option. Sorry for that.
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