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Accessing the UNC share from windows mobile 5

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I am trying to access a shared folder(which is on a remote server) from the windows mobile device. I am getting the error saying "network path not found". From the file explorer i am typing something like \\134.234.54.23.. and it is failing. I could able to ping to the remote machine. Any ideas?
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As far as I know, this is not possible to do from the handheld.

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