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By dgolic ·
My company's policy prohibits using corporate file servers for storing music (mp3, wma, rm, wav...) and videos (avi, mov, mpg,...). I need to find which users store those files on file servers and how much space are they occupying. Is there any tool that can provide a good info on that issue?

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by Joseph Moore In reply to File server used space

Umm... SEARCH?
Just run a Search locally on your file servers, looking for files with those extensions in the names (*.MP3, *.AVI, etc), and see what comes up.

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by California Dead Head In reply to File server used space

There is a software tool called diskstate www.geekcorp.com that scans the disk for space used and gives you a graphical output. It will also search for mp3's etc... and display the amount of space used by those files.

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