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    Utility / command to display network shares? (XP Pro SP1)

    Permit a neophytic question: Is there a utility or command line native to XP, found on a resource kit CD or other source that will list all the network shares if the user is an admin equivalent?

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    Re: Utility / command to display network shares? (

    Please permit a followup question, huh? In the subject you said "display" and in the text you use the word "list" so I'm not sure what you want to see about shares and/or if you want to DO anything once you see them. What I'm driving at is that Windows Explorer wil show you not only mapped shares, but network computers and their shared resources. The NET command has many subcommands that might help as well. Can you be a little more specific about what you're trying to do? Thnx...

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    Re: Utility / command to display network shares? (XP Pro SP1)

    Does NET SHARE do what you want?

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    Re: Utility / command to display network shares? (

    Just want to list the shares to see how many have been created, etc. I have no need to view the share contents at this time.

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    Re: Utility / command to display network shares? (

    Try Stuart's suggestion and let us know...

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