Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 318762 contains the following summary:

This step-by-step article describes how to use the Disk Properties Query Script tool (Diskproperties.pl) to display information about disks on local and remote Microsoft Windows 2000-based computers.

The Disk Summary Script tool is available in Microsoft Windows 2000 Resource Kit Supplement 1. Use this script tool to display the disk properties of one or more computers. Diskproperties.pl can display the following information about physical disks and the volumes that they contain:

Drive letter : The drive letter that is assigned to the volume.
Disk/partition number : The disk and partition number.
Boot drive : Whether the volume is the system partition.
Label : The volume label.
Machine : The name of the computer that contains the volume.
File system : The file system that is used by the volume.
Compression : The compression state.
Size (%) : The percentage of disk space that is allocated to the volume.
Free space (%) : The percentage of free space on the computer that exists on the volume.
Size (KB) : The amount of disk space that is allocated to the volume.
Free space (KB) : The amount of free space that remains on the volume.
Total size (KB) : The size of the disk. This value is the same for all disk volumes.
Total space free (KB) : The total free space on all disks on the computer.
Device status : The status of the volume.
Location : The physical location of the volume.
Manufacturer : The manufacturer of the disk.
Model : The model of the disk.
Media Type : The type of disk.

Some of this information corresponds to the information that is displayed in the Properties dialog box of the volume or partition when you view the volume or partition in Windows Explorer or by using Disk Management.