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See Network Drive (NOT map them, just SEE)

Posted on 1998-09-10
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I need to see all the computer in my network
(just like in windows explorer with "Network neighborhood"),
map them isn't the problem, i just want too see them.(ex.: in a list box)
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by:waty
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Go on my web (see profile), you will find 2 projects (with sources) doing what you want.

I have also code to map/unmap drives.
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by:Tougas
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wich project WATY??I can only found the one that's mapping drive!
Unless its in one of your links...
I'm waiting for specification

Thank in advance.....


By the way you got a great web site!..

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by:Tougas
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This program is for a simple windows 95 network(not NT!!)
So i dont want to have to input a "domain"

Thanks in advance
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by:waty
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Give me your e-mail, I have some other sample, so I can send them to you
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