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Default Calculate a Webserver Folder Size

Ok I will admit I am rather a newbie to ASP but I know enough to program. After 2 months of research I have had it. I have a relatively upto date Windows server too and boy oh boy. I use notepad for my editor (love it too). My problem is that I have tried over and over to get a WebFolders size to display in an .asp page. Yes I know pass the variable use Filesystem object etc. So is there any reference site I can compare my code to that anyone knows of? Or is this a big secret lol. Reason I would like to do this is because I made myself a private little area for storing my technical files. Thought this would be a nice little addition.


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