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Computer names in the network

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Can you show me how to make an code that will tell me the names of the computers on the network and the total number of computers on the network?
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Go to my website, you will find code to do exactly what you want.

Otherwise, E-mail me, I have other sources here :

Web Site : http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/6311/ 
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by:vijayraj
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What can be a simple and good solution to this question is to execute
"NET VIEW > NetworkNames.txt" using the "shellexecute"  API  or using the "shell" command . Now you can read the NetworkNames.txt file and
read the names of computers in the network.
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