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Add server to "Find all Files"

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I need to add a server to the windows program Find. It needs to be when user clicks in "look in:" box, the server needing to be added will appear, along with everything else that used to be in it. User is running Win98

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If you map a drive to the server, then it will show up in find-->files, look in
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twisterr, glad I could help
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