Mapping Many drives

Posted on 2004-11-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
I have used up until the Z: drive. Can I map more drives in win2k ?

Thank you
Question by:fkmfkm
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    Accepted Solution

    No, sorry, that's it.  You might be able to map the B: drive.  Why so many mappings?

    You can use UNC paths without mapping letters - \\server\share\path
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    Expert Comment

    You can also map a volume to an empty folder so it doesn't use a drive letter, but rather a folder to represent the drive.

    This should work the same in Windows 2000:;en-us;307889


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