Zugriff auf ein Remote-Verzeichnis von C #

Ich versuche, auf eine Remote-Netzwerkfreigabe von einem C # -Programm in asp.net zuzugreifen. Was ich brauche ist etwas wie

function download(dirname) { directory = (This is the part I don't know how to do) for dir in directory: download(dir); for file in directory: copyfile(file); } 

Mein Problem ist, dass das Verzeichnis einen Benutzernamen und ein Passwort für den Zugriff benötigt und ich weiß nicht, wie ich sie bereitstellen soll. Vielen Dank für Ihre Hilfe.

   

Verwenden Sie diese class zur Authentifizierung und verwenden Sie einfach einfache Dateioperationen:

 ///  /// Represents a network connection along with authentication to a network share. ///  public class NetworkConnection : IDisposable { #region Variables ///  /// The full path of the directory. ///  private readonly string _networkName; #endregion #region Constructors ///  /// Initializes a new instance of the  class. ///  ///  /// The full path of the network share. ///  ///  /// The credentials to use when connecting to the network share. ///  public NetworkConnection(string networkName, NetworkCredential credentials) { _networkName = networkName; var netResource = new NetResource { Scope = ResourceScope.GlobalNetwork, ResourceType = ResourceType.Disk, DisplayType = ResourceDisplaytype.Share, RemoteName = networkName.TrimEnd('\\') }; var result = WNetAddConnection2( netResource, credentials.Password, credentials.UserName, 0); if (result != 0) { throw new Win32Exception(result); } } #endregion #region Events ///  /// Occurs when this instance has been disposed. ///  public event EventHandler Disposed; #endregion #region Public methods ///  /// Performs application-defined tasks associated with freeing, releasing, or resetting unmanaged resources. ///  public void Dispose() { Dispose(true); GC.SuppressFinalize(this); } #endregion #region Protected methods ///  /// Performs application-defined tasks associated with freeing, releasing, or resetting unmanaged resources. ///  /// true to release both managed and unmanaged resources; false to release only unmanaged resources. protected virtual void Dispose(bool disposing) { if (disposing) { var handler = Disposed; if (handler != null) handler(this, EventArgs.Empty); } WNetCancelConnection2(_networkName, 0, true); } #endregion #region Private static methods ///  ///The WNetAddConnection2 function makes a connection to a network resource. The function can redirect a local device to the network resource. ///  /// A  structure that specifies details of the proposed connection, such as information about the network resource, the local device, and the network resource provider. /// The password to use when connecting to the network resource. /// The username to use when connecting to the network resource. /// The flags. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa385413%28VS.85%29.aspx for more information. ///  [DllImport("mpr.dll")] private static extern int WNetAddConnection2(NetResource netResource, string password, string username, int flags); ///  /// The WNetCancelConnection2 function cancels an existing network connection. You can also call the function to remove remembered network connections that are not currently connected. ///  /// Specifies the name of either the redirected local device or the remote network resource to disconnect from. /// Connection type. The following values are defined: /// 0: The system does not update information about the connection. If the connection was marked as persistent in the registry, the system continues to restore the connection at the next logon. If the connection was not marked as persistent, the function ignores the setting of the CONNECT_UPDATE_PROFILE flag. /// CONNECT_UPDATE_PROFILE: The system updates the user profile with the information that the connection is no longer a persistent one. The system will not restore this connection during subsequent logon operations. (Disconnecting resources using remote names has no effect on persistent connections.) ///  /// Specifies whether the disconnection should occur if there are open files or jobs on the connection. If this parameter is FALSE, the function fails if there are open files or jobs. ///  [DllImport("mpr.dll")] private static extern int WNetCancelConnection2(string name, int flags, bool force); #endregion ///  /// Finalizes an instance of the  class. /// Allows an  to attempt to free resources and perform other cleanup operations before the  is reclaimed by garbage collection. ///  ~NetworkConnection() { Dispose(false); } } #region Objects needed for the Win32 functions #pragma warning disable 1591 ///  /// The net resource. ///  [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)] public class NetResource { public ResourceScope Scope; public ResourceType ResourceType; public ResourceDisplaytype DisplayType; public int Usage; public string LocalName; public string RemoteName; public string Comment; public string Provider; } ///  /// The resource scope. ///  public enum ResourceScope { Connected = 1, GlobalNetwork, Remembered, Recent, Context } ; ///  /// The resource type. ///  public enum ResourceType { Any = 0, Disk = 1, Print = 2, Reserved = 8, } ///  /// The resource displaytype. ///  public enum ResourceDisplaytype { Generic = 0x0, Domain = 0x01, Server = 0x02, Share = 0x03, File = 0x04, Group = 0x05, Network = 0x06, Root = 0x07, Shareadmin = 0x08, Directory = 0x09, Tree = 0x0a, Ndscontainer = 0x0b } #pragma warning restore 1591 #endregion 

Verwendung:

 using(new NetworkConnection(_directoryPath, new NetworkCredential(_userName, _password))) { File.Copy(localPath, _directoryPath); } 

Sie müssen die Identität des Benutzers annehmen, um diese Frage zu sehen

Effektiv müssen Sie die Anmeldung aufrufen, um eine Windows-Identität zu erstellen, mit der Sie auf das Dateisystem zugreifen können

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