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Get the list of computer names from windows network neighbour hood

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Hai experts,

How do we get the list of computer names which are displayed in the network neighbourhood, programatically.
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by:alanwhincup
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Look in the UDDF (http://www.gnomehome.demon.nl/uddf/) Networking Section.
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unit Unit2;

interface

uses
  Windows, Messages, SysUtils, Classes, Graphics, Controls, Forms, Dialogs,
  StdCtrls;

type
  TForm2 = class(TForm)
    Memo1: TMemo;
    procedure DisplayStruct(lpnr : PNETRESOURCE);
    function EnumerateFunc(lpnr : PNETRESOURCE) : Boolean;
    procedure NetErrorHandler(
       dwResult  : DWORD;
       const Msg : String);
    procedure FormCreate(Sender: TObject);
  private
    { Private declarations }
  public
    { Public declarations }
  end;

var
  Form2: TForm2;

implementation

{$R *.DFM}


procedure TForm2.DisplayStruct(lpnr : PNETRESOURCE);
var
    p : PChar;
begin
    p := lpnr^.lpRemoteName;
    if (p[0] = '\') and (p[1] = '\') then
        p := p + 2;
    memo1.lines.Add(p);
    Caption := IntToStr(memo1.lines.Count);
end;

// Code by francois.piette@overbyte.be  http://www.overbyte.be
function TForm2.EnumerateFunc(lpnr : PNETRESOURCE) : Boolean;
var
    dwResult     : DWORD;
    dwResultEnum : DWORD;
    hEnum        : THandle;
    cbBuffer     : DWORD;             // 16K is a good size
    cEntries     : DWORD;             // enumerate all possible entries
    lpnrLocal    : PNETRESOURCE;      // pointer to enumerated structures
    PtrResource  : PNetResource;
    i            : DWORD;
begin
    cbBuffer := 16384;
    cEntries := DWORD(-1);

    if Application.Terminated then begin
        Result := FALSE;
        Exit;
    end;

    dwResult := WNetOpenEnum(RESOURCE_GLOBALNET,
                             RESOURCETYPE_ANY,
                             RESOURCEUSAGE_CONTAINER, // enumerate allresources
                             lpnr,                    // NULL first timethis function is called
                             hEnum);                  // handle to resource

    if dwResult <> NO_ERROR then begin
        NetErrorHandler(dwResult, 'WNetOpenEnum');
        Result := FALSE;
        Exit;
    end;

    repeat
        // Allocate memory for NETRESOURCE structures.
        GetMem(lpnrLocal, cbBuffer);

        dwResultEnum := WNetEnumResource(hEnum,       // resource handle
                                         cEntries,    // defined locally as0xFFFFFFFF
                                         lpnrLocal,   // LPNETRESOURCE
                                         cbBuffer);   // buffer size

        if dwResultEnum = NO_ERROR then begin
            for i := 0 to cEntries - 1 do begin
                PtrResource := PNETRESOURCE(PChar(lpnrLocal) + i *SizeOf(lpnrLocal^));
                if PtrResource^.dwDisplayType = RESOURCEDISPLAYTYPE_SERVER then
                    DisplayStruct(PtrResource);
                Application.ProcessMessages;
                // If this NETRESOURCE is a container, call the function
                // recursively.
                if (RESOURCEUSAGE_CONTAINER = (PtrResource^.dwUsage and RESOURCEUSAGE_CONTAINER)) and
                   (PtrResource^.dwDisplayType <>RESOURCEDISPLAYTYPE_SERVER) then begin
                    if (not EnumerateFunc(PtrResource)) then begin
                        // TextOut(HandleDC, 10, 10, 'EnumerateFunc returned FALSE.', 29);
                    end;
                end;
            end;
        end
        else if dwResultEnum <> ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS then begin
            NetErrorHandler(dwResultEnum, 'WNetEnumResource');
            break;
        end;
    until dwResultEnum = ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS;

    FreeMem(lpnrLocal);

    dwResult := WNetCloseEnum(hEnum);

    if dwResult <> NO_ERROR then begin
        NetErrorHandler(dwResult, 'WNetCloseEnum');
        Result := FALSE;
        Exit;
    end;

    Result := TRUE;
end;

procedure TForm2.NetErrorHandler(
   dwResult  : DWORD;
   const Msg : String);
begin
    Application.MessageBox(PChar(Msg + ' Error #' + IntToStr(dwResult)),'Error', MB_OK);
end;

procedure TForm2.FormCreate(Sender: TObject);
begin
  EnumerateFunc(nil);
end;

end.
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