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Enumerate Workgroups with VB6

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OK, simply put I want to enumerate the Workgroup Names in My Network Places using Visual Basic 6. Can this be done, I have been trying to figure this out, but have had no luck. ANy help would be appreciated.

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Private Sub Command1_Click()
Set oIADsCont = GetObject("WinNT:")
   For Each oIADsChild In oIADsCont
       Debug.Print "Domain: " & oIADsChild.Name & "  " & "ADsPath: " & oIADsChild.ADsPath & "  " & "Class: " & oIADsChild.Class

   Next oIADsChild
End Sub
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That is exactly what I was looking for!!! Thanks, no really THANKS.

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