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I have some users that will be accessing an access database from a Citrix Metaframe configration.

When some users login, they will be give a shared directory on the network M:\ drive.
Other users will be given a shared directory on the network U:\ drive.

I don't have any control over this.  What I would like to be able to do is determine through vba if the current user has an active M:\ drive mapped or an active U:\ drive mapped.

Can I do that in vba?
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Question by:snyperj
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Should be able to use Dir()
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e.g.

If Not Dir("U:\") = vbNullString Then
     'folder exists
else
     'folder doesn't exist
end if
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