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    Simple centralised folder size viewer for staff?

    Looking for a tree file size viewer like WinDirStat, but want it hosted centrally. It should do the scan daily on a specified share that we have, but allow staff to access a webpage to view the results so they can see themselves what is using most space and help to maintain space in their central share.

    Is there anything like that?

    As a bonus, let them see a tree of their own N drive too (My Docs) but not other drives.
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    If you have 2008+ you could try the FSRM role, that will give storage reports as a HTML.

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    This looks really interesting, thanks!

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