Any way to map a network drive to the root of the shares for that machine?
Posted on 2011-03-17
Perhaps it's because it's late and the brain isn't thinking as well as I'd like it too, but is there anyway to map a network share to the root of the shares for a particular machine?
For example, peer to peer network. CompA is the file host for CompB
Is there anyway to map a network drive on CompB to the root of the shares available on CompA (IE: Map Z:\ on COMPB to \\CompA so then if CompA is sharing two directories lets say "Folder1" and "Folder2" then from COMPB the command Z:\Folder1 would work?