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Enum a share resource in Domain Controller?

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 I want to enumerate all of the share resource in the DC(Domain Controller),
but I can't find a way to do that, I know u can help me, please...


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Hi
this project shows you how to use network enumeration:

http://www.delphifreestuff.com/examples/wnetexmp.zip

and another example here:
http://www.preview.org/q/q2068.shtml

Regards Barry
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 It's an not bad answer. but...
have there a rapid way to do that ?
I just want to enumerate local computer
share resources.

 Thanks
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sorry there is no others ways only using these enumnetwork api's (i know they re not so easy to understand ;o)
i have couple of other examples at home i can paste here if you wish when i get home from work but they are more or less doing same thing..
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 But why it enumerating local computer so rapidlly in 'Network Neighbor' under NT?
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we have asked this before.probably using more low stufflike asm etc instead of api calls..i know what you mean but in delphi there is no other ways apart from the api functions i have showed.
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yes, i accept this. And thank you again!
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