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Searching for files across local and network drives

Posted on 1998-12-10
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How do you search for and extract the full path for a specified file across all local and network drives setup for a particular computer.

I am using MS VC++ 5.0 with MFC to develop win 32 applications.
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Use FindFirstFile/FindNextFile/FindClose to implement a recursive search into the directory tree.
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