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Map a drive letter to local dir/folder.

By rward72 ·
I would like to know if it is possible to map/assign a drive letter to a dir/folder on the 'C' drive.

ie. map/assign drive letter 'M' to 'c:\temp'

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Map a drive letter to local dir/folder.

by SyscoKid In reply to Map a drive letter to loc ...

You can map to the administrative share, C$, and have access to the whole drive.
To connect to a specific folder, you'd have to share it out first, then map to the share.

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by masked man In reply to Map a drive letter to loc ...

at a command prompt type
subst m: c:\temp

add to autoexec.bat to automap when system boots. works under DOS,windows3x, win9x,NT, 2000.

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by masked man In reply to Map a drive letter to loc ...

to cancel
subst m: /d

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