1. Open CluAdmin.msc

2. Click “Cluster Shared Volumes

4. Click the Volume (Cluster Disk also identified by C:\ClusterStorage\Volume…), right click and select “Properties”

Both “Capacity” and “Free Space” are shown.

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If you use PowerShell you can use the command-line, for example:

Get-WmiObject win32_volume | where-object {$_.Label -eq "VMs LH & 2k3"} | ft Label,Capacity,FreeSpace