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Thread: How Accessing PCs in a Domain

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    Default How Accessing PCs in a Domain

    am new in java. Am developing a programming that need to access files and folders that are in computers seen through Active Directory of a host PC, all in the same domain.
    How can l achieve that? l need an urgent help.


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    Default Re: How Accessing PCs in a Domain

    Also posted at Accessing Files And Folders In Active Directory - Java | Dream.In.Code

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