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Posted on 2006-06-01
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
What happens when a local network maps more than 26 drives.  Say Drive A: thru Z: are taken up.  How does the labeling go after that?

Just curious.  Thanks in advance.

Question by:Kudzullc
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    You can't map any more drives at that point.   You could create a folder and keep "shortcuts" to additional network shares handy, or you could buy a 3rd party network management tools -- such as Hyena from

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    That is very interesting.  Thanks for the speedy response.


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