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# 39146 10-Aug-2009 14:36
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I want to be able to scan an entire network domain via their C$ (ie: \\machinename\c$\) for certain file types.
Are there any free ways of doing this ?

I found LAN Search Pro which is basically what I want but it dosent handle C$ shares....

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  # 244744 10-Aug-2009 15:03
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As usual, soon as I post here I find something that works.... :)




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  # 244799 10-Aug-2009 16:01
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What was it that you found that works? Please share with the rest of us ...

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I feel a new slogan coming on.

"Google first, Ask questions later" :P Haha

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  # 244806 10-Aug-2009 16:04
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Sharing The C drive on each computer but set the permission to Domain Administrators only then you can just run a normal windows search

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  # 244807 10-Aug-2009 16:07
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I had Googled a bit but didnt find anything..... after a few dozen different keywords one finally worked :)

Network Deepscan 2 - http://www.deepscansoft.com/




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  # 244808 10-Aug-2009 16:09
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boby55: Sharing The C drive on each computer but set the permission to Domain Administrators only then you can just run a normal windows search


That would require the users to actually do as theyre told and log out and back in so the GP would take affect :)

And Windows share is a bit flakey on this particular server... needs a refresh.




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  # 244873 10-Aug-2009 17:43
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Vista UAC will prevent access to admin shares by default too, if you have any users with Vista.

 
 
 
 


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  # 250531 25-Aug-2009 22:21
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xpd:
That would require the users to actually do as theyre told and log out and back in so the GP would take affect :)

And Windows share is a bit flakey on this particular server... needs a refresh.


Why leave it up to the users? psexec takes care of that!  or if scripting isnt your thing you can use something like this.

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