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Posted on 2004-08-12
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I have lot of folders shared(no the network) on my laptop, now I don't remember the physical locations of that folders. Please help me how to resolve this issue.
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Jamil
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Hi chjamil,

If you're using win2k/winXP, right-click "my computer" => "manage"
There look at "Shared folders" => "Shares" to see what the locations of the shares are.

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I think I answered this question.

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