There are over 1000 files in our shared drive / folder ; though there's certain naming
convention, I still find it tough to trace which folder holds say a given filename.
Suppose I want a filename which has the term/text "contacts" in it (as I want to update
person's contact info of a Word Doc), I would normally do at Windows MSDOS prompt :
a) dir/s z:\ > c:\temp\shdrv.txt
b) use Wordpad to search for the string "contacts"
Now, since I have a scheduled task to update shdrv.txt daily to my c:\temp
I'll need a script that could help me read the file shdrv.txt & then return all
the various occurrences of the filenames (with their date of creation/modification)
with the string "xxxxxxx" plus the directories that hold each of the filenames that
contain the string "xxxxxxx".
Using "find/I "string" shdrv.txt" returns the filenames but is missing on the
directories that hold the files