The quick and dirty way to do this is with the good old DIR command: dir c: /s This would produce a complete list
of all the files and directories on the C: drive. To echo this to a file, use dir c: /s > [ filename ].
Since Windows NT 4.0 doesn't have Remote Desktop or a similar technology, you may want to look into VNC as a possible solution to your remote-console problem. I have recommended this in the past as a very good cross-platform way to connect to a remote desktop no matter what the operating system is on either end.
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