Scripting

Hi Guys

Does anyone have an idea of how to work out if a folder is at the "end" of a folder structure?

Ie. it doesn't have any more folders in it?

Thanks
rory
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Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
Dir *.
returns directory list.

standard last line is X Dir(s)  XXXXXXXXXX bytes free.

If you ran dir *. and checked the last line, 1st token against the value equal to 2, it should be at the end of the structure.  Assuming there are no hidden or system directories.
Steven CarnahanAssistant Vice President\Network ManagerCommented:
The following should work as long as you don't have any files WITHOUT extensions.

(get-childitem -filter "*.").count
if ($_count -ne $null) {
	Echo " Not last folder"
}
Else
{
	Echo "Last folder"
}

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WhitservicesAuthor Commented:
Fantastic, thanks very much.
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