Sunday, June 30, 2013

How to list all files in a directory and subdirectories into a CSV using Windows Powershell

I wanted to grab a list of files so I could check if I had reviewed the contents of some MEP training videos.  You can easily do this using a Windows Powershell script.

Code example:

get-childitem "T:\MEP (Revit MEP)\MEP VIDEOS" -recurse | select-object DirectoryName,Name | where { $_.DirectoryName -ne $NULL } | Export-CSV C:\Filelist.csv

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How to list all files in a directory and subdirectories

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