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Scan all machines in a file and get everyone full shared names to a file

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Hi,

Scan all machines in a file and get everyone full shared names to a file.
Need to scan all machines and get the machine name and share names that have full access given to everyone.
Need a script which can do this.
Regards
Sharath
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I'd use rmtshare.exe from NT's reskit
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