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Network connection without drive letter.

Good morning to all.

I have made a class to manage network connections using APIs

I can connect and disconnect remote folder without mapping it on a local
drive but I cannot verify if a remote folder is currently connected but
not mapped to a drive.

It's possible to test this ?

WNetGetConnection must require drive letter but I haven't it in this case.

Thank you.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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