FolderSizes can resolve network shares on remote servers.
Entering a UNC path into the Location Bar with only a server name (prefixed by two backslashes) will trigger the network share resolution function. For example, entering a path of:
Will cause FolderSizes to attempt enumeration of shares on the hostname "myserver". When running in interactive mode (e.g. no command line mode), FolderSizes will then prompt the user to select which network shares on "myserver" should be analyzed. When running in command line mode, FolderSizes will analyze all discovered shares.
This behavior also works with multiple servers, or a mix of local and network server paths. A more complex example:
c:\temp | \\myserver | \\myserver2
Given the above paths, FolderSizes will attempt to resolve network shares on "myserver" and "myserver2" (again, prompting the user for share selection if running in interactive mode) and leave the "c:\temp" alone. FolderSizes will then begin analysis of all selected (and resolved) paths.
You can also enumerate the shares of one or more servers via the Path Manager window.