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batch file for nbtstat -a and write results to log

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Hi,
i need to find a whole bunch of UID's logged onto various machine IP's.
Rather than manually go through each one, i would like to create a bat file that will do the following:

read a source txt file for IP's
run nbtstat -a to listed IP's
write UID part from the output to a txt file.

Thanks guys.
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This is as far as I got, before running out of time

@echo Off

IF EXIST ip-output.txt DEL ip-output.txt

FOR /f %%i IN (ips.txt) DO nbtstat -a %%i | find "<00>  UNIQUE">> tmp.txt
FOR /f "tokens=1,2,3,4,5 delims= " %%e IN (tmp.txt) DO echo %%e >>ip-output.txt
 
del tmp.txt

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You need ips.txt in the same folder as the .bat, I used one IP as an example. The ip-output.txt shows "DESKTOP" (which is the name of my PC). I understand from google that the UID is meant to be <03>, but I don't have <03>. I do have <00>.

Perhaps it can help? Perhaps I'm completely off-mark.
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Worked a treat, thankyou.
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