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Old November 16th, 2004, 04:21 PM
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I wanna send files on a LAN using a program in VB .net, I wanna know if someone has something that can help me 'coz I'm a new in this. Thanks in advance.

 
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Hey there,

I know almost nothing about VB.NET, but computers on a network are referenced by their name. For instance, if the name of a computer is "mycp" then you would refer to it like this:

\\mycp

This is just an idea, but perhaps if you know how to send files locally, you can do it the same way by referencing the computer with \\computername instead of, for instance, C:\.

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