As a domain administrator, you will find sometimes you need set up file screens on specific folders however not all of them.

In my case, I need setup video & audio screens on students shared folder but not the teacher`s one on the same level, so simply set it up on root folder not suit this case.

Here is what I did to only set it up on the related folders. 

1. Use command line dir to get the folder menu

cd destinationfolder
dir *keyword* /s /b > foldersNeedScreens.csv


2. Create a file screening template for the specified folders. Before that, create file groups:

In my case I have included most video files, zip files, ISOs and game files

3. Create file screen template with the created file group.



4. Now  POWERSHELL, save following as SetScreens.ps1 and run it in POWERSHELL:


$FolderList = import-csv <csvFolder>\export.csv -header FolderPath
Foreach ($Folder in $FolderList)
New-FsrmFileScreen -Path $Folder.FolderPath -Template "GameVideoZipISO"





About Lei

I am an IT specialist with over 10 year experience - years on Automation, on-Premise or Azure.

I am happy to develop however never want be a full time developer. Only do what I have to do. If it has to be PowerShell,HTML, PHP, CSS, C#, VBS or JS, front end or backend, so be it, doesn't matter!

Spent years with Windows, SCCM, SharePoint, SQL and Exchange servers. For last several years, I have been actively working under On Premise > Azure environment.


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