browse a folder on computers

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Is there any way to scan a range of IPs and search within all the returned IPs if there is a folder called Totvs exists from C :?

 

My administrator user has access to all computers.

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Im pretty sure, this doesn't work just with powershell. Maybe it's possible in combination with GPOs.