Command Line Interface
LECmd version 184.108.40.206 Author: Eric Zimmerman (firstname.lastname@example.org) https://github.com/EricZimmerman/LECmd d Directory to recursively process. Either this or -f is required f File to process. Either this or -d is required q Only show the filename being processed vs all output. Useful to speed up exporting to json and/or csv. Default is FALSE r Only process lnk files pointing to removable drives. Default is FALSE all Process all files in directory vs. only files matching *.lnk. Default is FALSE csv Directory to save CSV formatted results to. Be sure to include the full path in double quotes csvf File name to save CSV formatted results to. When present, overrides default name xml Directory to save XML formatted results to. Be sure to include the full path in double quotes html Directory to save xhtml formatted results to. Be sure to include the full path in double quotes json Directory to save json representation to. Use --pretty for a more human readable layout pretty When exporting to json, use a more human readable layout. Default is FALSE nid Suppress Target ID list details from being displayed. Default is FALSE neb Suppress Extra blocks information from being displayed. Default is FALSE dt The custom date/time format to use when displaying time stamps. See https://goo.gl/CNVq0k for options. Default is: yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss mp Display higher precision for time stamps. Default is FALSE Examples: LECmd.exe -f "C:\Temp\foobar.lnk" LECmd.exe -f "C:\Temp\somelink.lnk" --json "D:\jsonOutput" --pretty LECmd.exe -d "C:\Temp" --csv "c:\temp" --html c:\temp --xml c:\temp\xml -q LECmd.exe -f "C:\Temp\some other link.lnk" --nid --neb LECmd.exe -d "C:\Temp" --all Short options (single letter) are prefixed with a single dash. Long commands are prefixed with two dashes
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