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getting shared folders from network

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i want to get shared root folders from network.
for example
   network machine : "\\admin4"
   shared folders  : "c" and "d"

   I don't know which are the shared folders existing in
   "\\admin4"  then how can i get it.

   how to get path : "\\admin4\c"
                      "\\admin4\d"    

Machine is a network client Machine not winnt server/win 2000

 please kindly help me
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by:Alfredo Luis Torres Serrano
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The answer is

   Dim Path
   Path = "\\TKSERVER\C"
 
   or to open a database

   Set Database = Opendatabase("\\MachineName\SharedFolderName\database.mdb")

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