How to know if there are any shared folders in a directory?

How to know if there are any shared folders in a directory?

Example:

Rootfolder
->Subfolder 1
Subfolder 1.1
which is shared
->Subfolder 2
Subfolder 2.1
which is also shared

I want a list which shows me the subfolder 1.1 and subfolder 2.1 and every share in other subfolders if they exist.

Thank you in advance!
Bernhard LutzSystemadministrator / IT Security AdministratorAsked:
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oBdACommented:
Open a PowerShell console, enter
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Share | Select Name, Path, Description | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Path "C:\Temp\shares.csv"

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Bernhard LutzSystemadministrator / IT Security AdministratorAuthor Commented:
With this command, I get every share on the system, but I want to filter it that it only displays the shares which are stored in a specific directory.
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oBdACommented:
Filter ahead, either in Excel or when getting them:
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Share | Select Name, Path, Description | Where-Object {$_.Path -like "C:\RootFolder\*"} | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Path "C:\Temp\shares.csv" 

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Travis MartinezStorage EngineerCommented:
Have you tried using the MMC snap in for "Shared Folders"?  This should give you the shares for the system.  If it's a NAS system you should be able to add the computer object of the CIFS server and get the same information.
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fred hakimRetired ITCommented:
If the directory or its parent(s) is listed, its shared.  I guess it could be possible a child to a shared parent could be excluded, I have never seen that.  

So,  if directory c:/a/b is shared then usually so is c:/a/b/c. and. c:/a/b/c/d etc.

So, just use explorer to look at c:/a/b and everything in there including the folders is shared.
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