powershel lto get the names of folders on a server share

Hello, I need to figure out the contents of a folder share , I need to get the folder names of the folders in that share , then export them to a csv file.

so if the folder share is \\servername\e$
 then I like the script to give me a list of folders say starting with a like name of ABC so that I get all folders starting with ABC in that share
gd6627Asked:
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becraigCommented:
gci \\servername\e$  | ? {($_.psIsContainer ) -and ($_.name -like "ABC*")} | select Name | export-csv c:\file.csv -nti

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Something like above should do
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MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrCommented:
try dir | where {$_.PsIsContainer}


There's a great article here:
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powershell/archive/2006/06/24/645000.aspx

That goes deeper.
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becraigCommented:
I need to edit
gci \\servername\e$ -recurse  | ? {($_.psIsContainer ) -and ($_.name -like "ABC*")} | select Name | export-csv c:\file.csv -nti

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I forgot to recurse.
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gd6627Author Commented:
Thanks guys ,

Becraig how do I get it so that I don't get the mode and the last write times I just need the names of the folders
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becraigCommented:
My script should give you just that, since we are using "select" to select only the name:

gci \\servername\e$ -recurse  | ? {($_.psIsContainer ) -and ($_.name -like "ABC*")} | select Name | export-csv c:\file.csv -nti

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You can also substitute "Fullname" for "name"  if you want to get the full path.
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gd6627Author Commented:
thank you so much
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becraigCommented:
Happy to help.
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