Print Windows Folder Paths?

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  1. bubs

    bubs Registered Member

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    Is there a way I can print our the folder paths for any given drive ? I have to rebuild my server, & this would make a v. useful aide memoire - and in some cases help with migrating apps without doing a full re-install & manual config.

    Thanks.
     
  2. FanJ

    FanJ Guest

    Hi Bubs,

    Have a look here:
    http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=3706

    Maybe one of those apps can do it ;)
    Or get Powerdesk from Ontrack (free; or the not free version Powerdesk Pro, which is a very nice program; it is one of my most used app's).
     
  3. FanJ

    FanJ Guest

    Example with Powerdesk Pro:
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    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\BackUps
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\Lang
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\Logs
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\aawhelp.chm
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\ad-aware log17-06-02-221932.txt
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\Ad-aware.exe
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\Ad-watch.exe
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\Alarm.wav
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\File_id.diz
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\INSTALL.LOG
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\License Agreement.txt
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\lvdel.exe
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\paramtest.bat
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\Readme.txt
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\reffile.awr
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\reffile.backup
    C:\Program Files\Lavasoft Ad-Aware\UNWISE.EXE
     
  4. bubs

    bubs Registered Member

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    Looks like just the thing... Thanks :)
     
  5. Checkout

    Checkout Security Rhinoceros

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    Easy way: open a command prompt (DOS box), switch to the drive in question (root directory) and enter: TREE > PRN

    S'easy! :D
     
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