Powershell: Share size reporting


A security admin came to me the other day and asked me if I could measure the size of each individual share on the system

. I asked him if this wasn’t something most easily done by using Explorer, but since he wanted every single share on all file servers, it would a lot of “right click->Properties”, so I took pitty on him and got to work 😉

I created a script where you’re asked the name of the file server
. The script then lists out the shares and writes out their individual size to a text file

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Here’s the script:

This script takes a long time to complete in large environments
. If anyone has tips on how to streamline the code for better performance, please add a comment 🙂