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Last Folder or doc accessed on the server share

Last Folder or doc accessed on the server share

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Good Day

I need help with extracting information regarding server share on which I need to few the last accessed folder and doc. I have a script written in PowerShell the problem is I cannot get the output

Get-ChildItem -Recurse "C:\Users\ProfileUser\Desktop\Users.ps1" | ?{ $_.PSIsContainer } | Select-Object FullName,lastwritetime | Out-File 'C:\Users\ProfileUser\Desktop\Test.log'

I'm not sure what's wrong. Thank u

RE: Last Folder or doc accessed on the server share


CODE --> YourCode

Get-ChildItem -Recurse "C:\Users\ProfileUser\Desktop\Users.ps1" | ?{ $_.PSIsContainer } | Select-Object FullName,lastwritetime | Out-File 'C:\Users\ProfileUser\Desktop\Test.log' 

You are using a file "Users.ps1" as the start of your search, yet filtering for directories. That doesn't work.

Try this to see if you get anything:

CODE -->

Get-ChildItem -Recurse "C:\Users\ProfileUser" | Select-Object FullName,LastWriteTime | Out-File 'C:\Users\ProfileUser\Desktop\Test.log' 

You could go one step further and sort it by the LastWriteTime:

CODE

$search = Get-ChildItem -Recurse "C:\Users\ProfileUser" | Select-Object FullName,LastWriteTime
$search = $search | sort LastWriteTime -Descending
$search | Out-File 'C:\Users\ProfileUser\Desktop\Test.log' 


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