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How to use two different hard drives with one apache server

I have apache running on a windows xp pro box. I have the apache server pointed at my drive labeled d: I want to also give the server access to another drive named x: is this possible?
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ginnis24
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caterham_wwwCommented:
Did you already try an alias?


Alias /foo "x:/bar"
<Directory "x:/bar">
allow from all
</Directory>

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ginnis24Author Commented:
where exactly in the httpd file would this go?
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caterham_wwwCommented:
somewhere at the bottom, if you're using virtual hosts (virtualhost ...> .....</virtualhost>) within such a container.
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