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Sharing Folders using Win APIs

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How can I share folders programmatically on Windows XP professional workstation using either Windows API call(s) or object similar to FileSystemObject (which itself does not allow to share folders on a network)?
I use Visual Basic 6.0 SP5.
Thanks a lot in advance!
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Strange,
I tried to click on reload question but I don't see my post so I post three times. Sorry about this
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Thanks a lot! I probably just was not careful searching for an answer. The similar code I also found at http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/index.html?code/network/netshareadd.htm
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