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Is it possible to map a network share to a drive letter via java?
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You could Runtime.exec net share
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No, or you must exec the command:

CMD C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\NET USE S: \\othersystem\sharedfolder

or such.

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In parallel!

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whould the runtime.exec method also work on a unix environment. the windows net use is clear and via this I can user accounts for security. but what would be a simular solution for unix?
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YES!

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use the mount command, like in the shell.

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robert_a_jenkin, i'm confused. You posted a question and then accepted an answer to a different question. Unix systems don't have 'drive letters' ...
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Yes, robert_a_jenkin, this is not fair.
At least you could give CEHJ half of the points!
Please reopen the question and do right.
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how do you reopen it
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Try to click "Request Attention" above.

(I never done it before).

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I have tried that without success so far
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Don't worry this time. I made an error - of course cleaned up by sciuriware - it's of course net use, not net share

Thanks for your support Joop
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You are welcome, CEHJ.

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Thanks
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:)))))))-
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