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I'm looking for a VBScript that I can use to search all of my domain computers for a certain text-based file. If that file exists, I'll need for the script to read the text file, search for a specific line, and then output the contents of that specific line to a new text file. Does anyone have such a script that I could modify for my purposes? Thanks.
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Search is very resource intense, would you know the filepath?

Can you give full specifications with sample data, file name etc..
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I already found a file that I modified to my own needs. Thanks anyhow for the response.
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I found my own solution.
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