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How do I map a network drive?

Posted on 2001-09-13
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This is a really frustrating one. I know there's a command (it might be a Delphi command or a Windows API command) for mapping a network drive, and I think it's something like WNNetConnection, or something. But I can't find the exact word, and can't find anything in the help file. Can someone remind me what the command is?

Many thanks.
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Something like    WNetAddConnection or WNetAddConnection2  sound familiar?

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Found it
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Outstanding - cheers
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opps too late
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