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I have here a sample content. Now I want to get all the Article Template under the Folder.

Sitecore
    Content
        Folder
            Article1
            Article2
            NewsFolder1
                Article3
                Article4
            NewsFolder2
            Article5

I have here a code:

$query = "fast:/sitecore/content/Folder/*[@@TemplateID='{76036F5E-CBCE-46D1-AF0A-4143F9B557AA}']" 
$items = Get-Item -Path "master:" -Query $query | Get-ChildItem -rec
$items.Paths.Fullpath

But I will only query the first level under Folder (Article1, Article2, and Article5). Can someone advise me how to include in the result the Articles under the NewsFolders?

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As Micheal West said, using fast query is not a recommended option. Answer for your question is

$query = "fast:/sitecore/content/Folder//*[@@TemplateID='{76036F5E-CBCE-46D1-AF0A-4143F9B557AA}']"

use //* to get the descendants.

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    //* is used to get the descendants. Check the query in https://[Siteurl]/sitecore/shell/default.aspx?xmlcontrol=IDE.XPath.Builder – Siva Kumar Apr 17 at 6:12
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    It turns out that we need to rebuild the descendants, and I am now getting the expected results with //*. Thank you. – eudaimonia_ Apr 17 at 10:20
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    @eudaimonia_ That's exactly i did few weeks back to make the fast queries working as expected.. I guess this needs to be added/updated in the answer.. – Gobinath Saminathan Apr 17 at 14:59
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    You mean rebuild links database, right? I've ran into that before as well. And agreed it should be added to the answer. – jrap Apr 17 at 17:53
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    @jrap exactly, it has to be added.. – Gobinath Saminathan Apr 17 at 20:24
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I am not sure whether this is what you need, but i tried to reproduce the scenario in my local enter image description here

and using this query i was able to get the fullpaths of all the articles under that folder

Get-ChildItem -path "/sitecore/content/Home/Articles Folder" -language * -Recurse | Where-Object { $_.TemplateName -eq 'Article' } | ForEach-Object { $_.Paths.FullPath }

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