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Got the code  for extracting share details from below link . Could you please help how to export  a remote server  share details with this code .  

http://www.expertsexchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Powershell/Q_28303849.html


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Get-WmiObject Win32_Share | ?{$_.Type -eq 0} | Select Name,Path | Export-Csv C:\report.csv

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Question by:Shani Basha
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Hi

Do you mean something like this?
 
Get-WmiObject win32_Share -computername remotecomputername
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Use ComputerName parameter to get info about remote computer.. I have added custom property Sharepath to get the UNC path for directory..
Get-WmiObject Win32_Share -ComputerName "ServerA" | ?{$_.Type -eq 0} | Select Name,Path,@{N="Sharepath";E={"\\$($_.__SERVER)\$($_.Name)"}} | Export-Csv C:\report.csv

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by:Shani Basha
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. Actually i am trying to export share details from a netapp v filer ( virtual cifs server).

I can connect computer managmentent of  vfiler and export share details  as a windows server

the  Get-WmiObject Win32_Share is not working since its not a windows server. is there a

way to write code like by connecting computer management and then export share details
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In computer management share folder, you can just right click and export the list to csv file..
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Another option is to use NetApp  powershell module command Get-nacifsshare..

Here is an example..
Import-Module dataontap
connect-nacontroller "filer02"
Get-nacifsshare | Select -expand ShareName

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