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Posted on 2004-04-23
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How can I find out where a mapping drive is pointing to.
Like the f:\ letter is pointing to \\server\data. How can I find that information on windows 2000, XP, etc..


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Click Start->Run->CMD <enter>

NET USE F: <enter>

would return where F is mapped to...
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You should also be able to pull this information from My Computer.

NET USE by itself will display all mappings.
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If you'de like to see all of your different shares at once for quick reference, Right Click on My Computer, Select Manage (Computer Management (also in Control Panel under Administrative Tools I believe) look at Shared Folders and double click shares. There's your overview.
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jonpaulr, I think that would be for the folders that are shared on the current computer, I think it does not include mapping letters path.

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Why do all the easy ones come in after midnight...??     *grin*
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Why am "I" always up that stinkin late?  :)
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jdff - is that what you're looking for?  Or do you still need some help with this?
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