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problem using windows search for filenames containing zero's

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windows server 2012
i have a folder that has a ton of dll's and i need to identify the ones that have  a '001 at the end of the file name before the dll extension

example file
planning000.dll

this file will result in the search results if i search for "lan" or "plan"    it will not result in the search if i provided '000'
what gives... this is a search within one folder of windows 2012.
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Question by:jamesmetcalf74
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Did you try with wildcards    *000.dll
and/or enclose in double quotes    "*000.dll"
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