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Hi, Here is the script
#!perl use warnings; use strict; use Win32::OLE; my $d = $fs->GetDrive('Y:') or die ; my $TotalSize = $d->{TotalSize}; my $FreeSpace = $d->{FreeSpace}; my $usedSpace = $d->{TotalSize} -= $d->{FreeSpace}; my $AvailableSpace = $d->{AvailableSpace} *=100; my $AvailUsed = $AvailableSpace /= $d->{TotalSize}; my $SpaceLeft = $d->{AvailableSpace} /= $AvailUsed; my $MappedDriveSpaceAvailable = $AvailUsed *= 100; print $MappedDriveSpaceAvailable;

I have been looking and I do not see any syntax errors. any suggestions?

In reply to Re^3: Error with GetDRIVE() when using a mapped drive by vanz
in thread Error with GetDRIVE() when using a mapped drive by vanz

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