GetFoldersize commandline

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kuma_1
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GetFoldersize commandline

Post by kuma_1 » 13 Mar 2016, 09:46

Is there a way to get the commandline to save a CSV as it does when you use the GUI?

The format I am trying to get my data works perfectly when using the GUI and setting it to scan all files/folders and show those totals in MB on the first folder(user data folders). I am setting it to save as CSV and use a comma as a delimiter.

I have been trying to use GetFoldersize.exe -s -d0 "c:\Folder Size.CSV" "\\local\corp\users"
but this is showing each subfolder, it has a comma but the whole line is in the one excel cell and then the size in bytes.

Any advice is appreciated.

Thank you.
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Re: GetFoldersize commandline

Post by Administrator » 15 Mar 2016, 14:17

Only at the GUI you can choose how many folder levels should be saved.
I will note this at our ToDo-List to add the option to the command-line.

Please use another separator if you open your csv-files with Excel and the data will be displayed at the wrong columns.
Or open Excel first, load the csv file and Excel start the Text Convert Wizard.

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