Pipe this Command to an Output File?

How can I pipe all the results to an output file? >>results.log did not working as it was only stating "Echo is on"

For /f %i IN ('dsquery server -o rdn') do @echo %i && @(net view \\%i | find "SYSVOL") & echo

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oBdACommented:
Just wrap the command in brackets (and add a dot after the last "echo"):
(For /f %i IN ('dsquery server -o rdn') do @echo %i && @(net view \\%i | find "SYSVOL") & echo.)>>results.log

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Bill PrewCommented:
Try this.

for /f %i IN ('dsquery server -o rdn') do (@echo %i && @(net view \\%i | find "SYSVOL") & echo.)

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IT_Admin XXXXAuthor Commented:
@bill - I get the following results in the text file.

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IT_Admin XXXXAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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