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Posted on 2001-06-08
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How to get a list servers connected in a network usng VB? I need a program that will return all servers in a network. Servers usually can be found using Network Neighbourhood then go to Entire Network -> Microsoft Windows Network.

Please do not give me codes that will return a collection of Servers.

Thanks in advance.
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I want it to work in Win95, 98, NT and 2000.
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hongjun, your first link does help but it can only run on Windows NT. I will leave this question open for few days more and if there's no one responding, points will go to hongjun.
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