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Determining DriveType in VC++

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In the good old days I could just hit an interrupt and determine whether a drive was removeable, network, or hard drive, etc based on the return code.  What is convention for making the same determination in VC++?  I can't find any functions to handle this.  I'm only working in console apps for the moment.

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GetDriveType() probably tells you what you want to know.  If not, let me know.
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If there is anything GetDriveType() missed, you can probably find it with GetVolumeInformation(), but I don't think that will be necessary.  (What you specificaly asked for is returned by GetDriveType()).
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