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Hi EE,

I am looking for the scripts or command to ping the list servers that located in domain from text or excel file and get the result in notepad, Could any one help on this? Please and Thank you

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J Peter
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From a command line:
for /f %a in (c:\servers.txt) do ping %a -n 1 >> results.txt

or in a batch file:

@echo off
for /f %%a in (c:\servers.txt) do ping %%a -n 1 >> results.txt

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by:oBdA
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Batch file that creates a csv:
@echo off
setlocal
set ServerFile=Servers.txt
set LogFile=%~dpn0.csv
set CsvDelim=,
if exist "%LogFile%" del "%LogFile%"
for /f %%a in ('type "%ServerFile%"') do (
	echo Processing %%a ...
	ping -4 -n 4 %%a | find /i "TTL" >NUL
	if errorlevel 1 (
		>>"%LogFile%" echo %%a%CsvDelim%Error 
		echo ... offline.
	) else (
		echo ... responding.
		>>"%LogFile%" echo %%a%CsvDelim%Success
	)
)
echo Done.
start "" notepad.exe "%LogFile%"

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by:duncanb7
ID: 39659828
Hope it will help
@echo off
:Start

REM cd "c:\your location if you need"
for /f "tokens=* delims=" %%x in (d:\ping.txt) do ping %%x
echo.
echo.

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by:Subsun
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ID: 39659837
Wit PowerShell...
Try..
GC C:\Server.txt | % {
$Server = $_
 If (Test-Connection $Server -Quiet){
	 New-Object PSOBJect -Property @{
	 Server = $Server
	 Status = "UP"
 	}
 }
 Else{
	 New-Object PSOBJect -Property @{
	 Server = $Server
	 Status = "Down"
         }
 }
} | Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti

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Input file..
ServerA
ServerB
ServerC

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by:duncanb7
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ID: 39659863
it works with less code
@echo off
:Start
del -f out.txt
REM cd "c:\your location if you need"
REM ping.txt store all your server name
for /f "tokens=* delims=" %%x in (c:\ping.txt) do ping %%x>>out.txt
start  notepad.exe "out.txt"

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by:David L. Hansen
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ID: 39659867
You can use MS Powershell to do this (and it's free).  Here are a couple of links to show you where people are already doing exactly the same thing you are trying.

http://powergui.org/thread.jspa?threadID=20236

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Powershell/Q_26672523.html

It is included in the Windows Management Framework download here.
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