Directory (Folder) structure like Windows Explorer on button click ASP.Net and VB.Net

Hi Experts,

I have a browse button and I want to show the folder structure when the button is clicked so that user can select a file.
I want it in ASP.NET and VB.NET.

Thank u.
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Robberbaron (robr)Commented:
doesn't the fileUpload component do that for you.

By using the FileUpload control that converts itself to an <input type="file"> tag, the browser automatically places a Browse button next to the text field on the ASP.NET page. You don't have to program anything else for this to occur. When the end user clicks the Browse button, he can navigate through the local file system to find the file to be uploaded to the server. This is shown in Figure 3. Clicking Open will place that filename and the file's path within the text field.

see figure 3 of

just dont do the the actual upload.

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