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From: maork-from-ork () hotmail com
Date: 24 Nov 2009 15:13:35 -0000

Hi group,

My client wants to harvest information about his servers (done through a consultant, not internal people) using 
TreeSize Professional.

http://www.jam-software.com/treesize/

From the screen shots, you can tell that the product is going down to file name level. I don't know if you can access 
the files from the interface or otherwise.

My question is: Is this a safe way to scan servers to determine what type of files should be archived? Any of you say 
flaws in that software?

Thanks!

Mork

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