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Determining a Mounted Volume on Win 2k server

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Hello Again,

Thanks again for all the help. I have inherited an old win2k server and I am wondering what a if this M: drive is a mounted volume on my machine. Here is a link to the picture of my computer on the server:

http://flickr.com/photos/89053509@N00/274056993/


I think it is, because in disk management there is no M drive showing, (Link of Disk Management below:

http://flickr.com/photos/89053509@N00/274056990/

 but I want to be 110% positive.

So my question is how do I look to figure out where this volume is coming from? I looked in the properties portion of the M: volume and could not find anything conclusive. Any help would be GREAT!!!
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Type net use from a command prompt to see what it is a mapped drive

but I think you'll find the clue is in the drive label 'Exchange'.  Your server is also an Exchange server and this will be the Exchange mail store... by default Exchange uses M: drive for this.

Steve
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Here is a bit about it:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305145
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