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cannot display the shared folders of remote machine in Tree view

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Hi

I am having one windows application on my local machine and I want
to display the folders(shared folders) of remote machine in tree view
control of my win application. I haved added me as administartor in that
remote machine.
The following is my requirement.

1)The Application should show a tree view and a list view.
2) Tree view should show the folder structure and List view should list the
folder details just like your windows explorer.
3) Use File based APIs to browse a local file and upload to the server(other
machine).
4) All path related hardcodings like machinename\folder name should be from
a config file.
5) It should provide the option of Downloading the file as well locally via
the application.

if anybody knows the solution please let me know

Rgrds,
Syed
Aug 7 '08 #1
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On Aug 7, 10:22*am, Pradeep Earla
<PradeepEa...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi

I am having one windows application on my local machine and I want
to display the folders(shared folders) of remote machine in tree view
control of my win application. I haved added me as administartor in that
remote machine.
The following is my requirement.

1)The Application should show a tree view and a list view.
2) Tree view should show the folder structure and List view should list the
folder details just like your windows explorer.
3) Use File based APIs to browse a local file and upload to the server(other
machine).
4) All path related hardcodings like machinename\folder name should be from
a config file.
5) It should provide the option of Downloading the file as well locally via
the application.

if anybody knows the solution please let me know

Rgrds,
Syed
I have never had a need for it, but I would try
Directory.GetFileSystemEntries( @"\\remotecomputer\");
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