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    Re: Searching for multiple files in the Domain

    I don't understand that message. Can you send a screenshot of that to [email protected]?

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  • globalmcs
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    Re: Searching for multiple files in the Domain

    I created the bat file like you suggested and I’m getting the following


    "You were not connected because a duplicate name exists on the network. Go to Sys
    tem in Control Panel to change the computer name and try again."

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    Re: Searching for multiple files in the Domain

    It would probably need a batch file for this because you have to run each command on a separate line. You'll have to experiment with this, but I think it should look something like this:

    cmd.exe /x /c c:\find_files.bat

    find_files.bat would look like:

    dir \\%E%\c$\file1.exe >>c:\out.txt
    dir \\%E%\c$\file2.exe >>c:\out.txt
    dir \\%E%\c$\file3.exe >>c:\out.txt

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  • globalmcs
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    Searching for multiple files in the Domain

    Hi,
    I'm trying to search for multiple files on all the machines in the Domain and after ready other topics I came up with the following tool.

    cmd.exe /x /c "dir \\%E%\c$\file1.exe \\%E%\c$\file2.exe \\%E%\c$\file3.exe >>c:\out.txt

    Any suggestions ?
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