Can't redirect output of NET SHARE THIS_SHARE=X:\SOME_FOLDER to a file


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Frank B Denman

Hi Folks,

I suspect I'm overlooking something obvious.

This works:
NET SHARE>Shares.txt

But this produces an empty 0KB file:
NET SHARE THIS_SHARE=X:\SOME_FOLDER>Share_Output.txt

Any help much appreciated

Frank
Frank Denman
Denman Systems
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foxidrive

Hi Folks,

I suspect I'm overlooking something obvious.

This works:
NET SHARE>Shares.txt

But this produces an empty 0KB file:
NET SHARE THIS_SHARE=X:\SOME_FOLDER>Share_Output.txt

Any help much appreciated
net share d=d:\ >file.txt 2>&1
 
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Ed Siff

Frank said:
Hi Folks,

I suspect I'm overlooking something obvious.

This works:
NET SHARE>Shares.txt

But this produces an empty 0KB file:
NET SHARE THIS_SHARE=X:\SOME_FOLDER>Share_Output.txt

Any help much appreciated
Maybe the share command is not working? I get an empty file and "System
error 2 has occurred, The system cannot find the file specified" error if
I try to share a non-existent folder.

Ed
 
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Frank B Denman

Thanks!

Just what I needed!

Now, back to command reference to see why.....

Cheers,

Frank

net share d=d:\ >file.txt 2>&1
Frank Denman
Denman Systems
(e-mail address removed)
[and please remove the x fom the domainname]
Please delete the "x" from my email address.
 
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Dean Wells [MVP]

I'd hazard a guess that "X:\SOME_FOLDER" doesn't exist as local media.

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Dean Wells [MVP / Directory Services]
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Thanks!

Just what I needed!

Now, back to command reference to see why.....

Cheers,

Frank

net share d=d:\ >file.txt 2>&1
Frank Denman
Denman Systems
(e-mail address removed)
[and please remove the x fom the domainname]
Please delete the "x" from my email address.
 

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