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QuestionHow to open UNC path to C$ without credentials Pin
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Hi,

I am coding a utility that will ping a computer name given by the user. If ping succeeds, I need to open C$ in Windows Explorer for that computer (\\computername\c$). I expect Windows to prompt for credentials if it is able to successfully find that path.

I have ping working properly. What do I need to do to open C$? I have been searching for awhile and haven't ran across a good example so far.

In vbscript, I would shell out and run the command 'start "" /wait \\computername\c$'. There must be a way to accomplish this but I'm not having much luck in finding the solution.

Thanks,

Rob
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