DIR command line - Override truncated output option
When I try tu use the "DIR" command line to extract files information, I got some problem when the "Owener name is too long". I didn't see his name but only "..."
ECHO Search entire C drive for MP3 files...
DIR /S /TA /Q *.mp3
A "correct" output should be:
2020-11-19 11:25 3,000,024 MyDomain\MyUser MySong.mp3
A "bad" output, where username seem to be longer than the allowed column width, give me:
2020-11-19 11:25 3,000,024 ... MySong.mp3
But I also observed for the "file name" is not seem to be an issue when t use a very long name. This one is not truncated.
2020-11-19 11:25 3,000,024 ... MySongWithExtremelyVeryLongNameForSample.mp3
Then, it's impossible to extract a useful report where I need to know who is the owner of all files.
I tried to modify command prompt window setting to expand window/buffer width from 80 through 120 or larger and the DIR output still set with same width on this column.
A exported result through a text file is also limited
DIR /S /TA /Q *.mp3 > C:\result.log