File reading across network (windows)
coolman.guron at gmail.com
Tue Aug 12 10:13:31 CEST 2008
On Aug 12, 8:48 am, "Prof. William Battersea"
<williambatter... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Suppose I have a Vista machine called VISTA and an XP machine called
> XP in a workgroup named WORKGROUP. Physically they're connected to a
> router and I can see lists of public and shared files on each of them.
> How do I address these for IO?
> A search suggested that the form open(r"\\server\folder\folder"), but
> I tried many combinations guessing what it wants for that path in my
> case (r"\\WORKGROUP\VISTA", "\\VISTA\PUBLIC", etc), and none have
> worked so far.
Does the remote folder require authentication? Maybe you could map a
network drive and then access files using (z:/VISTA-FOLDER/ )
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