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how to map and unmap network drives using dos promt in windows 2000?
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Hi Sugesh_r,
open a command prompt and type net use ? to get full options, but simply put:
net use k:\ \\server\\share
where k:\ is the local drive to be mapped.

Regards .. Alan
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Sorry .. should be net use \\server\share (not \\share)

.. Alan
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... and to disconnect a drive, you'd type "net use k: /d"

If you need additional credentials ie. to map a server's drive using admin-rights you'd type :

net use * \\server\share /u:domain\username password

-Antti
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