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File list from multiple locations all with same extension

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I need to search my local HDD and all the network drives in my office for files that all have the same extension and have it save as an excel file or something with columns - file name, date created, date modified, file path. Can this be done and how?
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Agent Ransack should be able to do that...in the "Look in" field, click the multiple folders button on the right side and add each mapped drive letter.

You can export results with File>Export Results.

http://www.mythicsoft.com/agentransack
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Well, the Pro version can anyway (to get all the columns I want). Thanks!
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