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Map a network drive on command line

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I want to map a network drive into a batch file, is there a command who do this?

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type 'net help use' at command prompt for detailed information on how to map network drive.
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Hey, thank you... I have tried "net computer", "net config", "net share"... but "net use" I didn't tried out... :-)
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