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how to check that which are the mounted volume in Windows and total/free space avai


how to check that which are the mounted volume in Windows and total/free space avai

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Saurabh Aggarwal
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how to check that which are the mounted volume in Windows and total/free space available;
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I did not get your question

I assume that you want to know that your physical disk drives like C:, E: disk capacity and free space If I am right..

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Saurabh Aggarwal
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Hi, Thanks for reply;

Sometimes the disk is having the mounted volume inside.
Suppose you have I drive having 50Gb free space out of 100GB and might it contain some folder for eg dumps which is a mounted volume and if you right click dumps and check teh properties, it will say that the folder is mounted and by clicking on the properties tab it will show thw free space available on mounted folder dumps which will be totally diff from I drive space...

But I need to check same by some query or script;;

Hope you got mine point
Saurabh Aggarwal
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Hi, Thanks for reply;

Sometimes the disk is having the mounted volume inside.
Suppose you have I drive having 50Gb free space out of 100GB and might it contain some folder for eg dumps which is a mounted volume and if you right click dumps and check teh properties, it will say that the folder is mounted and by clicking on the properties tab it will show thw free space available on mounted folder dumps which will be totally diff from I drive space...

But I need to check same by some query or script;;

Hope you got mine point
Saurabh Aggarwal
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I can see the mount point details from veritas enterprise manager but willbe good if somebody has some script-cmd to check mount point thru cmd line
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