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Want to extract all Shares on my domain with computer names.

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I have list of computers in txt format. I need to get all shares folder with the shared path e.g

\\serverexchange\tic
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by:Ashok Dewan
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check this below link. I hope you will find it helpful.

http://www.softperfect.com/products/networkscanner/

Regards
Ashok Dewan
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by:SAIMSKY ADMIN
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Thanks Ashok  but i need powershell script if you can help .
thanks
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by:gurutc
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this command:
Try this batch file:

setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
FOR /f %%i IN (serverlist.txt) DO call :inside %%i
GOTO :EOF
:inside
echo %1 >> sharelist.txt
net view \\%1 >> sharelist.txt
GOTO :EOF
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by:Subsun
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Try this code.. Input the server names in C:\Server.txt.
GC C:\Server.txt | %{
$server = $_.Trim()
Write-host "Working on $server"
	Try{
	Get-WmiObject Win32_share -ComputerName $server -filter "type = 0" -ea Stop | Select __SERVER,Name,Path
	}Catch{
	$_.Exception | Select @{N="__SERVER";E={$server}},@{N="Name";E={$_.Message}},Path
	}
} | Export-Csv C:\Report.csv -nti

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by:footech
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If you actually need the UNC path output, you can use the below.
GC C:\Server.txt | %{
   $server = $_.Trim()
   Get-WmiObject Win32_Share -ComputerName $server -filter "type = 0" | Select @{n="UNCPath";e={"\\$server\$($_.Name)"}}
}

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Incorporated footech's uncpath suggestion...
GC C:\Server.txt | %{
$server = $_.Trim()
Write-host "Working on $server"
	Try{
	Get-WmiObject Win32_share -ComputerName $server -filter "type = 0" -ea Stop | Select __SERVER,Name,Path,@{n="UNCPath";e={"\\$server\$($_.Name)"}}
	}Catch{
	$_.Exception | Select @{N="__SERVER";E={$server}},@{N="Name";E={$_.Message}},Path,UNCPath
	}
} | Export-Csv C:\Report.csv -nti

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by:SAIMSKY ADMIN
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Thanks mate
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