I need to find particular file format on networked comps, and have a report for each pc.
I found a nice script on the blog. It does the job, but lists all the files on C:
There is a line in additional post that should basically list files only for asked extentions.
For some reason this line doesn’t work.
Could somebody take a look and correct it. Thx. Michael.
Here is the script. REM line is original. The line above is additional and should list only .doc *. xls *.ppt
As I mentioned with original line only, it lists all the files. With the line above it says file not found. Sure I have files with extentions asked on target machines.
I guess that the line: dir “%~1c$” /s /a /b *.doc *.xls *.ppt > “%~1.txt”
missing a slash dir “%…
If I add a slash it lists all files exactly like with the REM line.
Machines.TXT is placed in the same folder as FIND.BAT (the script)
What is missing?
if “%1″==”” goto all
echo Scanning %~1
dir “%~1c$” /s /a /b *.doc *.xls *.ppt > “%~1.txt”
rem dir “[URL=”file://\%~1c$”]\%~1c$[/URL]” /s /a /b > “%~1.txt”
for /f “delims=” %%i in (Machines.TXT) do call %0 “%%i”
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