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shows a folder in a subdir called "elementary," but it's not the one I'm looking for. Next stop is running the same command at the root, but since there's another folder named "elementary" in the root (also not the right one,) the list is huge. So I try to slim it down with:
U:\shared>dir /s/a/b elementary.
But that gives me ZERO results, when I know good and well that there's a folder named "elementary" in a subdir of "shared." Running the command on the root with the find pipe omitted
U:\>dir /s/a/b elementary. | find /v /i "u:\elementary"
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