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How to capture the result of this For command in to a variable?
This is my first posting on this forum. Could someone help me with this, please!
I have a batch file and have a 'for' command in there that gets the number of computers connected to (or are turned on) my home network at the time that it is run. The result it gives is correct. What I want to be able to now do is to store the result of this command in to a variable and subsequently check if this number is 1 or not. If it is, then do a command (that bit I know) but I do not know how to store this result and then check if it meets a certain criteria.
The code and the sample result are as below :-
net view > ctr1.txt
for /F "skip=3 eol=T" %%i in (ctr1.txt) do (find /C /I "\" ctr1.txt)
---------- CTR1.TXT: 1
The "1" is the result that I want to be able to test for.
Any suggestions/help shall be highly valued.
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