CMD OutPut Directory Structure - No Files


I'm attempting to use command prompt to output a directory structure -

I've been using

DIR T:\ /S /B /O:GN

Which gives me absolutely everything.

But I don't want to include the files within the directories in the output. I just want the structure of the directory tree.

Is there anyway of doing this in command prompt?

The above generates 60,000 rows, I'd imagine removing the files from the directory tree, would have a massive impact - 500 - 1000 directories.

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Just add /A:D to your options; this will list only entries with the attribute "Directory":
DIR T:\ /A:D /S /B /O:GN

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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Try this: dir t:\ /s /b /ad *
garethtnashAuthor Commented:
Thank you both
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