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How to save long output of management shell to notepad

Posted on 2008-09-29
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How can I save the complete output of "get-receiveconnecotr | list" to a text file?

When I try the following I only get a portion of the output:  

get-receiveconnector | list | Out-File c:\OutputFile.txt
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Hi,

Try this: -

get-receiveconnector | format-list | export-csv c:\OutputFile.txt
 
get-receiveconnector | format-list > C:\OutputFile.txt

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the second worked for me - thanks!

jw
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No worries. Don't forget to accept the comment ID:22601105 as an answer so that the question is closed.

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calljdub please accept my comment as the answer ID:22601105
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