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Networking: How to see real path of shared folder when sharing files via home network

Written by: Oliver Krautscheid - Published: Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Actual Path Of Shared Folders You are sharing a lot of folders via your home network, but when you right-click a folder you can’t see the actual path of the shared folder? No problem, here’s how to see it

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1. Step Open a command prompt by entering cmd.exe into the search bar

Cmd Exe To Enter Net Share

2. Step Now enter net share

Actual Path Of Shared Folders

3. Step On the left side you can see the names of your shared folders e.g. Photos, Files, Games etc and on the right side you will see the actual physical path e.g. C:\Games C:\Photos and so on

4. Step If you still have problems figuring out the real physical path post a comment below

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