API's in vb 2005

Where and how do I use API's in vb 2005, is it the same as vb 6 where you delcare a function or what exactly ?

Also with regards to the NetServerEnum API, will that work for enumerating machines on a specific domain or if someone could give me a link that would give me more info regarding that :)
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Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAsked:
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
in .net, you don't need API's any longer in most cases.

to enumerate servers in a domain, see this PAQ
Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAuthor Commented:
Any chance you could port or help me port the accepted answer from c sharp to vb 2005 :)

I've never done much porting and programming is new to me in the sense that I havent done much of c++, objective c or c sharp etc, I've mostly focused on visual basic 6 which I know is old now :)
Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:

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Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAuthor Commented:
I like that 2nd site, do they have a download or an example of that cos I cant seem to get a download of it ?
Shane Russell2nd Line Desktop SupportAuthor Commented:
nvm I just realised that was it lol :) Just a downloaded example would be handy :)
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