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W2K - Mapping drive letter to Webdav folder

Posted on 2003-04-01
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Last Modified: 2009-05-27
Hi all,
I am trying to map a local drive letter to a server using webdav. I know the webdav server works properly as I can map it using 'Add a Network Place' & using a commercial product called Webdrive. However when I try to use the command line to do the same it fails as follows:

net use X: http://server-name/server/path /username:username
System error 67 occured.

1. Is this feasible using 'net use'?
2. What is the correct syntax is the username is 'user' and the password is 'foo'?

thanks in advance!

Question by:pivorama
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Glad I could help, thanks.  What's with the grade of B?  You did not provide any feedback.  MSGeek.

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