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Some way to copy files to a volume that does not have a drive letter assigned to it.

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I need to copy files on a 2008 server to a volume that does not have a drive letter assigned to it. I am out of drive letters due to clustering virtual machines.
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Can you not just use explorer?

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Explorer will not browse without a drive letter.

I have found the answer. I load the volume to an empty folder copy the files, remove it from the folder and use it as necessary. Reusing the empty folder for other non labeled volumes.
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