On Windows Server 2003, from cmd prompt type:
net share

On Windows Server 2008:
Either right click on Computer in the Start menu and select Manage, or launch the Server Manager (by default, the first icon next to the start menu in the task bar).
In the Server Manager, expand the Roles node, then expand the File Services node. Click on Share and Storage Management. The display will show two tabs, Shares and Volumes.

Reference:
http://serverfault.com/questions/17710/how-can-i-get-a-list-of-shared-directories-on-local-windows-server

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