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List all directories recursively, which contain file

 
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I would like to list all folders with its path recursively from a directory structure in Windows, which contain at least one file too. I tried it with this command, but it lists also empty directories: dir /ad /b /s
After that I used this one: for /r %a in (.) do @if exist "%~fa\*.pdf" echo %~fa It works for file extensions, but with use of *.* I get all the folders and subfolders, just like with previous command.
 
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