Wednesday , 26 October 2016

How to view all shared folders on your Network

How-to-view-all-shared-folders-on-your-NetworkHow to view all shared folders on your Network :-

Shared folders is a folder which contents is shared with other network user also.Sharing folder and file is always good idea to share your files or folder with other user on the same network.

Today i am going to show you How to view all shared folders on your Network or on your local PC ?

On Local PC :-

Open command prompt with cmd on the start menu and enter the command net share.


or open the Computer management ( Start > run > compmgmt.msc ), here you have the option to view shares in the Shared Folders menu.


On Local Area Network ( LAN ) :-

Open the command prompt ( Run > cmd ) and enter the command net view \\your ip-address.

Like in my case i want to view network shares on IP-address then command will be

C:>net view \\


with net view command you are also able to view network shares on your network.


with c:> net view \\share-name , you are able to view shared folders on the particular PC .


Use NetResView Tool ( Download Now ) :-

NetResView is a small utility that displays the list of all network resources (computers, disk shares, and printer shares) on your LAN. As opposed to “My Network Places” module of Windows, NetResView display all network resources from all domains/workgroups in one screen, and including admin/hidden shares.


Double-click on the shares, you are able to view details about particular share.



Also Check :-

How to access windows share from linux

Share files between mac and pc

Share Folders between Host and Guest OS in virtualBox

How to lock a Folder using Command Prompt

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About Syed Balal Rumy

A 27 year Tech Geek and a blogger from India ( Bihar ) , live in New Delhi. I am MCITP , CEHv8 , CCNA , CCNA Security , CCNP Security , Security + and CCSA certified. Loves to write tech articles based on my real experiences.

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