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comment nslookup cannot resolve hostname for machine on external domain from internal domain
Thank you for your suggestion. When you say "server", do you mean the DNS servers or each and every server in its respective domain? The company's IT division manages the servers and would likely be resistant to adding DNS entries. I suppose if this is the only recourse, I'll have to go through IT. Otherwise, I'll have to run the script twice, one for each domain.
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accepted Need equivalent of command with nmap, awk and grep for Windows machines with PowerShell and/or Perl
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comment Need equivalent of command with nmap, awk and grep for Windows machines with PowerShell and/or Perl
I had to change the powershell version slightly to clear the error: %{ if ($_.Split()[2] -match "^\(org") { $_.Split()[1]; } }. I just added a backslash before the parenthesis in the regex and changed the array index in the output. Thank you for your help!
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comment Need equivalent of command with nmap, awk and grep for Windows machines with PowerShell and/or Perl
Thank you very much. I appreciate it. The Perl version works great. But I'm getting an error in PowerShell: Bad argument to operator '-match': parsing "^(r" - Not Enough )'s..
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comment Need equivalent of command with nmap, awk and grep for Windows machines with PowerShell and/or Perl
Thank you. I just accepted it a moment ago, since it does work (very well) in linux/unix environments. But I need an equivalent for Windows-based systems.
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accepted How can I scan using nmap and Zenmap all hostnames that begin with a particular string?
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asked Need equivalent of command with nmap, awk and grep for Windows machines with PowerShell and/or Perl
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comment How can I scan using nmap and Zenmap all hostnames that begin with a particular string?
I'm not looking for something downloading sed, awk, or grep for Windows. Those are fine, but I'd prefer something innate like PowerShell or Perl.
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comment How can I scan using nmap and Zenmap all hostnames that begin with a particular string?
This is incredible, thank you. What would be the equivalent in a Windows machine? If there is none, you need a programming language like Perl, how would you do it Perl? Thank you.
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comment How can I scan using nmap and Zenmap all hostnames that begin with a particular string?
You're right. I just fixed that. Thanks for pointing it out.
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revised How can I scan using nmap and Zenmap all hostnames that begin with a particular string?
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asked How can I scan using nmap and Zenmap all hostnames that begin with a particular string?
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comment Two different sites, same IP, same top-level domain, on IIS 7.5 — one works and the other displays HTTP 404 error
Thank you. Well, both sites operate fine when the first site has no host name bound. If I bind the host name for both sites, then the second site breaks. If I understand your explanation correctly, the second site should break, no matter what, because it also exists on port 80. But that's not what's happening here.
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revised Two different sites, same IP, same top-level domain, on IIS 7.5 — one works and the other displays HTTP 404 error
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