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Default Exploring Folders in same window

Hi Programmers,

I am developing an app working on Win 2003 Server (Enterprise). Everythinbg goes fine but I ahve a little constraint.

I have to do something like that we Double click a folder to Open/ Explore it. When we dclick a Drive, it fires explorer.exe. Now we dclick a folder and what it fires now?????

I am using explorer.exe again and again but it each time it opens new Windows explorer window. I don't want this. I want to step down one by one in folder tree in same window.

Can someone tell which exe to fire to open a folder when dclicked (in same window).

Hope to listen soon from someone

B. Anant
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