I started playing with ShareFile Powershell scripting just recently as I need to know how much storage has been consumed by my users, i.e. I need a report showing all my ShareFile employees and there respective storage consumption, maybe including number of items as well.
User, Consumed Storage, Items
A, 1.2GB, 1.313
B, 245MB, 3
C, 899MB, 201
Is there a way to query ShareFile on this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What I needed was a storage report for each ShareFile Employee and the amount of dis space they were using. There is no report that provides this information. However, after discussions with support, there is a way to export every single file used by our organization into an Excel spreadsheet and work with that and ultimately get what is needed. Not sure why this isn't a built in function.
thanks for getting back to me. I tried the Storage Report on the whole account and I can see where you are pointing at. When exporting the report in XLS format I can identify the total storage per folder. That's the good thing. Now I'm trying to filter all the data in a way that only top level folders with the corresponding total amount of storage used are shown. Unfortunately filtering the data is no easy task (at least I don't know how to do it) as all lines I'd like to get rid of have preceeding blanks. How do I filter those lines?