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For example when we want to open Microsoft Paint we can open run ( windows + R ) and then write 'mspaint' and then enter
so is there any sshortcut command allow me open my shared folders ?
I know that 'mspaint' is just the name of the file 'C:\WINDOWS\system32\mspaint.exe' but i think may be a shortcut command for shared folders

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Try (WinKey + R) and then type in \\your_computer_name

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that's what i want .. thanks – Amr Badawy May 24 '10 at 7:48

Which shared folders? If you want the MMC plugin for Shared Folders, which lists all shares on your computer and users currently accessing them, the command is fsmgmt.msc. If you want to access all (non-hidden) shares on your computer, you can type \\%computername%\ into the run box.

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it's my first time to know this tool "Shared Folders" fsmgmt.msc Thanks nhinkle – Amr Badawy May 26 '10 at 5:04

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