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Posted on 2009-04-01
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I need to run srvcheck to determine all of my shares on a server.  When I run it, it flashes quickly and then disappears.  Is it going to a log somewhere?  I also need to do the same with srvinfo.
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Start these programs from a command prompt, not from Explorer.
You can then redirect the output to a file by adding ">C:\Temp\srvcheck.log" or whatever file path and name you want to use:
srvcheck \\server >C:\Temp\srvcheck.log
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Right click on "my Computer" and select "manage". Under Shared folders and then Shares you will see the shared folders listed.
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