First of all i would like to congrats for developing such amazing tool like network scanner that works in a incredible speed and bring trustworthy results. This kind of quality is so rare to find these days.
Let me explain what I'm trying to do with command line.
I'm using this tool to detect shared folders that are open to permissions "write and read" at my environment. It is running once a week through a script "home made" that calls netscan.exe through command line and as result it drops xml file with the whole information.
Just as additional information bellow is the command line that we are calling.
netscan.exe /hide /auto:"%userprofile%\Downloads\Netscan\Reports\results.xml" /config:"%userprofile%\Downloads\Netscan\configuracao_1.xml" /file:"%userprofile%\Downloads\Netscan\ranges.txt"
This configuration file that is loaded on xml was configured through GUI interface by menu view --> quick filter host --> shared folders. Radio button was changed to "specific types" and only 2 options (common and writable) was checked.
After save, if we open configuration in a text editor is possible to see that those options was saved in a right manner.
... <folder> <enabled>true</enabled> <common>true</common> <printer>false</printer> <writable>true</writable> <restricted>false</restricted> <administrative>false</administrative> </folder> ...
When we use by GUI everything works fine and as results we got only Read and Writable shares even when we save in a xml by the path File-->Save results (Ctrl+S)
So far so good, the problem here is when we use through command line like described above, looks like the option that filter out others shares than "Read" and "Writable" isn't taken in consideration by network scanner and xml file came with all shares that was found.
So my question is if has any way to use that filter option through a command line.
Thanks in advance for any help.