Script to Identify Long File Names

Can someone provide me with a PowerShell command, perhaps a "Dir" command, that can be run against a folder to return the names of files whose names  exceed a length of 230 characters (including the folder path)?  I need to identify some folders and files that have been poorly managed (i.e. nested and with excessive file name descriptions).   As the top-level folder has about 1 million files in it, filtering only those files that exceed a certain filename length would be extremely helpful.

Thanks,

Jonathan
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Bill PrewCommented:
Take a look at this tool, it can be very helpful for this.

http://pathlengthchecker.codeplex.com/

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Get-ChildItem | Where-Object {$_.FullName.Length -gt 230}
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QualitycomputerAuthor Commented:
Wow!  This makes the job a breeze!!!
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Mmmmm thats only returning folders try

Get-ChildItem -Recurse | ?{$_.Fullname.Length -gt 230}
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Bill PrewCommented:
Great, glad that was useful.

~bp
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