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I want to use NetShareAdd to share a directory and I need Imshare.h.Where can i get it from?
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You will need to link SVRAPI.LIB and include LMSHARE.H in you project. Both can be found in msvc include and lib directories as well as devstudio\vc\include and lib directories, depending on what MSVC compiler you are using.These are also included in the 95 sdk if you are not using MSVC.
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