Any way to view the full path of map drives or extract onto a txt file?

Posted on 2007-10-05
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Hi experts,

I have some users with static map drives. Some are long and when I go to VIEW NETWORK DRIVE sometimes it cuts off and I have to guest what the last characters are. When I look at it from windows explorer sometimes I just see the share name and not the full path. Is there a better way to see the full path or a command to extract all map drives to a text file?
Question by:typertec
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    Accepted Solution

    From the command prompt NET USE will list all the mapped drives and you could pipe it to a text file with NET USE > Textfilename.txt
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    Expert Comment

    Open Explorer, (Not Internet Explorer, but Windows Explorer, 'Windows-Key+E')
    Goto Tools, Folder Options.
    Click on the View Tab.
    Scroll down to find, "Display Full Path in the title bar"

    Try That.


    Author Comment

    The NET USE worked like a charm! Thanks, vincem1099

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