Script to find and copy a file to a network share

hi, i need to run a powershell script that will find all *.sh files on a PC and then copy said files to a network unc changing the name to be the pc it came from.

I have come up with this which finds the files

dir -R c:\*.* *.sh -file | where length -eq 1226

Is there a way to do the copying?

thanks
timb551Asked:
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Joshua GrantomSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
will you be running this from the PC's themselves or do you want to do this remotely for a list of PC's?
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Joshua GrantomSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
If you are running from the actual computer then this will work

$source = "C:\"
$destination = "\\youruncpath\$env:COMPUTERNAME"
New-Item -ItemType directory -Path $destination
Get-ChildItem -Path $source -recurse | Where-Object { $_.extension -eq ".sh" } | Copy-Item -Force -Destination $destination

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For running remotely for multiple computers

$computers = Get-Content C:\Listofcomputers.txt
foreach ($computer in $computers) {
$destination = "\\youruncpath\$computer"
New-Item -ItemType directory -Path $destination
Get-ChildItem -Path \\$computer\C$ -recurse | Where-Object { $_.extension -eq ".sh" } | Copy-Item -Force -Destination $destination
}

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timb551Author Commented:
ill be running the script using wpkg on the actual PCs themselves.

thanks for the examples, i will test now
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footechCommented:
Instead of
Get-ChildItem -Path $source -recurse | Where-Object { $_.extension -eq ".sh" }
I suggest you substitute
Get-ChildItem -Path $source -Filter *.sh -Recurse
It should be much faster.
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Joshua GrantomSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
I should've thought of that lol
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timb551Author Commented:
ok thanks.

what about adding file size is equal to a certain size?
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timb551Author Commented:
Thanks for all your help.
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Joshua GrantomSenior Systems AdministratorCommented:
-lt Less than
-le Less than or equal to
-gt Greater than
-ge Greater than or equal to
-eq Equal to
-ne Not equal to



For size, you may be able to do something like this, the size or "length" is measured in bytes.

Get-ChildItem -Path $source -Filter *.sh -Recurse | Where {$_.Length -gt 1024}

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