wmic share get. E.g., I saved some files from a Windows 10 workstation to the shared
Usersfolder on a Windows 2012 server in a Windows domain, but I didn't see the files under the user's account in
D:\Userson the server. When I ran the
wmic share get caption,name,pathcommand from a command prompt on the server, I could see that the sharename
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.2.9200] (c) 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\>wmic share get caption,name,path Caption Name Path Remote Admin ADMIN$ C:\Windows Default share C$ C:\ Active Directory Certificate Services share CertEnroll C:\Windows\system32\CertSrv\CertEnroll Company Company G:\ServerFolders\Company Default share D$ D:\ File History Backups File History Backups G:\ServerFolders\File History Backups Folder Redirection Folder Redirection G:\ServerFolders\Folder Redirection Default share G$ G:\ Remote IPC IPC$ Logon server share NETLOGON C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol\Midland.local\SCRIPTS Logon server share SYSVOL C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol Users Users G:\ServerFolders\Users C:\>
If you would like to store the output in a file, you can use the command
wmic /output:sharenames.txt share get caption,name,path. The
file would be stored in the directory from which the command was run.
You can specify a full path name in addition to the file name, e.g.:
wmic /output:c:\Users\public\documents\sharenames.txt share get caption,name,path
Enclose the path and file name in double quotes, if there is a space in either.
You can also specify a parameter to the command to send the output to the Windows clipboard, instead.
C:\>wmic /output /? OUTPUT - Specifies the mode for output redirection. USAGE: /OUTPUT:<outputspec> NOTE: <outputspec> ::= (STDOUT | CLIPBOARD | <filename>) STDOUT - Output will be redirected to the STDOUT. CLIPBOARD - Output will be copied on to CLIPBOARD. <filename> - Output will be written to the specified file. NOTE: Enclose the switch value in double quotes, if the value contains special characters like '-' or '/'. C:\>
Other parameters you can use with the
wmic share get command
are shown below:
C:\>wmic share get /? Property get operations. USAGE: GET [<property list>] [<get switches>] NOTE: <property list> ::= <property name> | <property name>, <property list> The following properties are available: Property Type Operation ======== ==== ========= AccessMask N/A N/A AllowMaximum N/A N/A Description N/A N/A InstallDate N/A N/A MaximumAllowed N/A N/A Name N/A N/A Path N/A N/A Status N/A N/A Type N/A N/A The following GET switches are available: /VALUE - Return value. /ALL(default) - Return the data and metadata for the attribute. /TRANSLATE:<table name> - Translate output via values from <table name>. /EVERY:<interval> [/REPEAT:<repeat count>] - Returns value every (X interval) seconds, If /REPEAT specified the command is ex ecuted <repeat count> times. /FORMAT:<format specifier> - Keyword/XSL filename to process the XML results. NOTE: Order of /TRANSLATE and /FORMAT switches influences the appearance of output. Case1: If /TRANSLATE precedes /FORMAT, then translation of results will be followed by formatting. Case2: If /TRANSLATE succeeds /FORMAT, then translation of the formatted results will be done. C:\>
Created: January 10, 2016