|mlowry54: along with the folders named <.> and <..> b/c I'm not sure what they even are|
Respectively, the directory itself, and its parent directory. Useful if you're using a CLI.
mlowry54: *It seems this could be a very common situation, I just cannot find a specific batch w/o being to complex for my understanding.
You're looking for created time, modified time, and access time. It's unusual because (a) no one cares when something was created and (b) last access time isn't used anymore. If you don't need those dates, you could use some variation of FOR.
mlowry54: Would this be easier in PowerShell?
Sure. Given Windows 7, I'd probably pick VBScript first, but PowerShell's easy enough if you manage to get scripts running.
Get-ChildItem "S:\Project Folder 2014\Projects" |
Sort-Object -Descending Name |
Select-Object Name, LastWriteTime, LastAccessTime, CreationTime, Length |
Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Force "S:\MyFolder\dir.csv"
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