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How to retrieve the shortcut "Comment" field value

How to retrieve the shortcut "Comment" field value

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Using Powershell, I can only able retrieve the shortcut standard file, but want to know how to retrieve the shortcut comment field ??

RE: How to retrieve the shortcut "Comment" field value

I found this, it might help (change the $path_to_sc variable to point to your shortcut)

CODE -->

$WshShell = new-object -comobject "WScript.Shell"
$path_to_sc = <path to your shortcut>
$sc_Obj = get-item -path $path_to_sc
$sc_values = $WshShell.CreateShortcut($sc_Obj)
$comment = $sc_values.description
write-host $comment 


Light travels faster than sound. That's why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

RE: How to retrieve the shortcut "Comment" field value

Sorry, I forgot to give credit to where I found it:
WWOIT - Wayne's World of IT


Light travels faster than sound. That's why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

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