IT Dojo: Quickly map drive letters in Windows XP with SUBST, PUSHD, and POPD <p>Mapping drive letters in Windows XP is a common task. It's not a complicated process, but you can save time with a few easy shortcuts. In this IT Dojo video, Bill Detwiler demonstrates three old DOS commands that making mapping folders and network shares a snap.</p> <p>First, Bill looks at the SUBST command. SUBST lets you quickly and easily map a local, nested folder to a drive letter. Second, he examines the POPD and PUSHD commands. PUSHD lets you quickly map a network share from a Windows command prompt and POPD disconnects the drive.</p> <p>Once you’ve watched this IT Dojo video, you can read the original TechRepublic articles, print the tips, and learn more ways to manage files and folders within Windows in the <a href="http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/itdojo/?p=122">IT Dojo blog</a>.</p>

IT Dojo: Quickly map drive letters in Windows XP with SUBST, PUSHD, and POPD

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