Subst.exe in windows98 ?

Hello,
Does the file Subst.exe come with windows98 ? If not is there a substitute file which will do the same thing in windows98 ?
Thanks
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Asta CuTechnical consultant & graphic designCommented:
Yes,

Windows 98 has the exe on the
Win98_42.cab file if you have the CD, or if diskette, it is Win98_36.CAB, disk 31.

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Asta CuTechnical consultant & graphic designCommented:
You'll also find great information on the following link on Windows 98 and HOW TO.... including how to extract a specific file....

http://support.microsoft.com/search/default.asp

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ssi49Author Commented:
astaec,
Thank You for your quick response! Does windows 98 load the Subst.exe file like windows 95 in the C:\windows\command directory when windows 98 is originally installed ?
I won't bother you after this question since you answered the question anyway i will give you your points now !
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Asta CuTechnical consultant & graphic designCommented:
Ssi49

My pleasure to help.  This is installed on my Windows 98 system in the default c:\windows\command directory.  The system I'm using was a Win95 to 98 upgrade; but the file date is 5/11/98, thus I deduce that it was, indeed, automatically installed there.

Do a Start
Find - files/folders
search for subst.exe or subs*
you'll then find it there; if not, it could be that you have hidden folders, which you may opt to show using the start, setting, folder options to show all files.

Thanks and best wishes,

Asta
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ssi49Author Commented:
astaec,
Thank You Very Much !
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Asta CuTechnical consultant & graphic designCommented:
My pleasure, ssi49.

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