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Way back... I would have used Win32::lanman. But apparently that module has fallen by the wayside. Looks like Jenda is now maintaining Win32::FileOp though.

While it doesn't have all the knobs and buttons, it may be close enough. It won't show you disconnected or unavailable mappings... just the ones which are currently connected.

use strict; use warnings; use Win32::FileOp; my %drive = Mapped or die $^E; for my $key (sort keys %drive) { print "$key = $drive{$key}\n"; } 1; __END__

In reply to Win32::FileOp instead of netuse by ggoebel
in thread Windows Net Use by Anonymous Monk

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