ListShares (Final 2022)
Windows files are shared in many ways. You can share folders, printers, and other files and folders on a local area network (LAN), or across the Internet to your friends and family. If you don’t know where your files are, or need to share a file on a work computer, you have a solution. This is ListShares Cracked 2022 Latest Version.
ListShares Cracked Version will display all of the shares on the current computer, and on a remote computer using simple controls. It even goes a step further and will also display „hidden“ shares.
This is an incredibly useful program, especially for someone with no network experience. I took a look at this program and realized it has a lot of potential, which was why I created ListShares.
* Display information about all files that are currently being shared on a local area network or across the Internet.
* Share any file or folder on any of your computers.
* Show information about all files that are shared on a remote computer.
* Show shared items using simple controls.
* Show „hidden“ items.
* „Hidden“ shares can’t be opened by regular windows, but are included with ListShares.
* Include documentation/help files that show you how to use ListShares.
* Display share information from one to 100 computers.
* Continuous scrolling.
* Scrolling up automatically when you place the mouse pointer at the top of the screen.
* Your computer will „remember“ the share names you list. If you want to remove a share from the list, just add it again.
* ListShares is very simple, but there is more to this program than meets the eye.
* Use control buttons to control when information is displayed and when it isn’t.
* One-click to delete all shares, or you can remove a share individually.
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Use control buttons to display file information about all shares, or to display it for a specific share only.
You can select to display information for all shares, or just for shares on a specific computer.
Use control buttons to open the host file explorer. Click on the file explorer icon to bring it up.
Use the control buttons to display file explorer in normal or compact view.
When you use the control buttons, ListShares will remember which file
ListShares is a simple application with admittedly limited appeal. It is designed to display all shares on a local area network (LAN) and does not work across the Internet. This makes ListShares better suited to viewing on a LAN, as accessing files on a remote machine can be dangerous. ListShares displays all the shares on the current or remote computer. To view all shares on a remote system, enter the computers name and press „Refresh.“
Display all shares from the current computer.
Display remote shares that are available on the current system.
Automatically refresh share information when you open or close ListShares.
Automatically disconnect from remote computers when the computers is no longer available.
Comprehensive help system and settings screen.
Preferences window (Settings) for advanced users.
Batch export of shares for offline viewing.
File/Folder Lock option allows locking of files you are viewing.
File/Folder Log option allows Logging of changes made to files/folders.
Additional „Permissions“ option allows you to toggle permissions on shared files.
Additional „Encrypt Files“ option allows you to toggle encryption of shared files.
Additional „Password“ option allows you to toggle password protection of shared files.
Additional „Hidden Share“ option allows you to toggle if a file/folder should be listed as a hidden share.
Additionally you can view every share at a remote computer with the option to lock/unlock files and folders.
ListShares Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Does this program work across the Internet?
A: No, ListShares is designed only for accessing shares on a local area network (LAN). While accessing shares across the Internet can be dangerous, ListShares does not work across the Internet.
Q: Will you limit access to the LAN while using this program?
A: No, ListShares will always be fully accessible from a home or office network.
Q: How do I use the Windows Domain?
A: ListShares includes its own built-in windows that allows for entering a full username, domain and password when connecting to a remote computer.
Q: How do I limit access to shares on the remote computer?
A: You can limit access to the shares on a remote computer by entering the user name and password for the specified remote system into ListShares. Windows will automatically prompt you for the user name and
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View all local and remote share names, drive names, names of shared printers, names of shared CD/DVD-ROM drives. Watch all local and remote directories, including hidden directories. You can also set ShareInfo for each Share by adding/removing shares, and entering share information for each share. Note: If a printer or DVD/CD-ROM drives is shared using „Share Definitions,“ it will show up in this list, but it will not show up in the Shared Properties dialog box when right-clicking on the shared drive, since the definition lists all the shares in detail.
To be able to display the shares on a remote computer, ListShares must be used with the remmina application. If you are in a group and you know the user name of the computer you want to view the shares on, enter the remote user name as a parameter to the executable and hit the Refresh button. If you use Windows XP, you will need to run ListShares from another computer on the same workgroup. A different computer that is a member of the same workgroup should be possible, but ListShares is not set up to work that way.
That said, ListShares does provide some additional functionality when you are connected to a remote computer.
A folder may have a different name when displayed on a remote computer, because of regional settings. In the US, the word „My“ can mean „Personal“ folder, „My Documents“, or „My Pictures“. Also note that in the US the word „Documents“ will mean a folder containing Documents, no matter what folder name is assigned to it on a remote computer. In other countries, the folder names would be different.
ListShares currently does not have a functionality to overcome this problem. In other words, you can see the „My Documents“ folder on the remote computer, but you cannot rename the „My Documents“ folder on the remote computer.
The remote computer will not have its own „Recent“ folder. If you exit ListShares and open the „Recent“ folder of the remote computer, it will appear to have no recent files.
There is currently no way to add or remove shares. If a user deletes a share definition on a remote computer, the share will not be deleted from ListShares on the remote computer.
You cannot define new shares on a remote computer. You can modify existing shares by changing the share name and adding or deleting shares. You can also modify the share permissions by adding or deleting permissions.
What’s New In?
ListShares is a new simple application which allows you to view all the shares on the current or remote computer. ListShares is designed for and only works on a local area network (LAN). ListShares is free and works for both Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000.
*ListShares is designed for Windows NT, 2000 and XP only. For example, Windows 95 does not support Share Names/Notes.
*ListShares uses the WNetGetConnection API to obtain the name of the computer being viewed, and the Shared Folder API to retrieve the share information.
*ListShares may not be compatible with every modem and calling card software.
*ListShares will not work if you are using a router or proxy server.
*ListShares will not work if you are using dial-up modems.
*ListShares requires Windows NT 3.51 or later for some of the functions to work.
*ListShares requires Windows 2000 or later for some of the functions to work.
*ListShares requires Windows NT 4.0 or later for some of the functions to work.
*To view the Server Friendly Name, ListShares may require running the „winpasswd.exe“ program as Administrator.
*In 2000 the share name should have the following format:
The share name may contain both the server and the share. If it does not, then the share name does not include the server name.
ListShares looks like:
„ListShares“ is a simple application with admittedly limited appeal. ListShares provides a quick and easy way to view all the shares on the current or remote computer.
It’s a BASIC program. This is what it looks like on the Desktop.
ListShares is a very small, simple and easy-to-use tooldesigned for and only works on a local area network (LAN), and does not work across the Internet. Of course the question is, why would anyone want/need to view information about all the shares on a given computer?
Well first sharing files on a computer can be dangerous. Many LAN-based viruses spread themselves by „infecting“ files accessible on shared folders. Thus knowing which folders are currently being shared is an important security measure to protecting a computer from viruses.
It is true that Windows provides the ability to view all shares on a given
System Requirements For ListShares:
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Windows 7 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel i3-3215 @ 1.6GHz / AMD A10-5800K @ 3.4GHz
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 or AMD Radeon R9 280
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
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