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powershell folder structure command - csv output

is there a way via powershell to supply a file share path e.g. \\server\share\directory and it report all sub directories (but only folders), and sub directories within those, out to a csv file? a bit similar to the old windows DIR command, but to not show all files within folders, only folder details

e.g. if I supply \\server\share - I get a report of all folders (as deep into the structure they go, but no more detail, e.g. files etc.

\\server\share\directory1
\\server\share\directory1\subdir1
\\server\share\directory1\subdir2
\\server\share\directory2
\\server\share\directory2\subdir1
\\server\share\directory2\subdir2
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aikimark

8/22/2022 - Mon
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$Directory = "./"
Get-ChildItem $Directory -Recurse | % {
    if ($_.Attributes -eq "Directory") {
        Write-Host $_.FullName
    }
}

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THat works too, you could even wrap it in a function, let me know if you want that and then you can add it to your powershell folder to have it all the time, I could probably code it so you can use something like get-directory "Share or location"
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