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Connecting to a sharename that contains a space

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I am trying to connect from a pc running windows 98se to a sharename that contains a space on a windows 95 pc.  I can see the pc when browsing the network but cannot access the share.  The windows 98se pc is configured to use dhcp.  Can anybody help?  Thanks.
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A) Try connecting to it by using quotes:  "\\workstation\my share" or \\workstation\"my share"
B) find the short name equivalent (typically first 6 characters, a tilde (~) and a number (1) :  \\workstation\myshar~1
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or put the IP of the computer with the share on it, eg \\192.168.0.5
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by:Here2Help
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Hey.

Also try using an underscore _ where the Space is.

       
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by:sirbounty
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I believe my post to be the solution.
Nothing against the other comments, but replacing the server name with the IP address does not correct the space in the share name - nor does replacing the space with a different character.
Ultimately, would prefer to hear back from jzeker though...
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