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Mapped drive to UNC

Posted on 2000-04-19
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I like to have a routine that let me convert a mapped network drive to its UNC name
i.e.: S:\public\userdir to \\domain\Servername\public\userdir. There is a function (WNETGETUNIVERSALNAME) with windows, but this function is not supported on Win-95
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by:dentener
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I think you should give the ScUNCFromLocalPath function a try. WNetGetUniversalName is only supported on WindowsNT platforms.

Maybe the ScUNCFromLocalPath function will work on Windows9x platforms. Search on www.msdn.microsoft.com for more information about this function.


Regards,

Paul
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by:Madshi
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WNetGetConnection should be the right API for you.

Regards, Madshi.
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Ten13 earned 200 total points
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In the Delphi unit SysUtils there is a rutine ExpandUNCFileName that does the trick. Also under Win95.

- Martin
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by:ronvp
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This will teach me to check out the Delphi help files better.. Excellent answer..
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