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PSEXEC:  How to find a particular file on Remote System

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Hello Experts - Does anyone know the syntax in PSEXEC to use in order to find a particular file on a remote system C drive?
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psexec \\machine cmd /c dir /s /a /p file.ext
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Hi Joseph, thanks for the quick response.  Here's what I'm looking for on this remote system.  

psexec \\machinename /c dir /s /a /p keygen-32bits.exe

Is that correct?
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Not it is not correct, it should be:

psexec \\machinename cmd /c dir /s /a /p keygen-32bits.exe
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Awesome, thank you both!
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