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Hello,

Is there any way to synchronize files from a drive on a computer connecting to Terminal Server with network drive within the Terminal Server session?

How would I access a local drive visible in Windows Explorer in Terminal Server session in DOS? I can see it as C on Laptop but no logical drive letter is assigned.
If I could do that, probably robocopy would sync files.

Thank you.
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If it is allowed through to be mapped you can see it as \\tsclient\c etc. and therefore access it with robocopy, explorer, mapped drives or whatever OK.

Steve

e.g.

C:\Documents and Settings\stephen>dir \\tsclient\c
 Volume in drive \\tsclient\c has no label.
 Volume Serial Number is 9A80-937F

 Directory of \\tsclient\c

19/10/2011  15:37             1,024 .rnd
20/10/2011  16:45    <DIR>          1. DATA
01/10/2011  16:02    <DIR>          2. INSTALL
01/10/2011  16:03    <DIR>          3. UTILS
12/10/2011  01:02    <DIR>          4. WIP
20/10/2011  10:13    <DIR>          5. VMWARE
01/10/2011  14:09    <DIR>          Intel
10/10/2011  11:42         1,709,356 lxcq.log
14/07/2009  04:20    <DIR>          PerfLogs
14/10/2011  07:06    <DIR>          Program Files
19/10/2011  16:04    <DIR>          Program Files (x86)
20/10/2011  07:03             6,388 SUService.log
16/10/2011  23:52    <DIR>          Users
14/10/2011  19:41    <DIR>          Windows
               3 File(s)      1,716,768 bytes
              11 Dir(s)  518,007,099,392 bytes free

C:\Documents and Settings\stephen>
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I don't see to be able to map it in TS.

The drive appears in TS session after checking Local Disk in allowing Local devices and resources.

A lot of techs being on the road don't have any idea on how to copy needed files to their local drives and use for equipment diagnostics. That's why I thought of automatic it for them when they connect to TS.

Thank you.
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ok, so you can see it in explorer then.... C on computersname etc. But \\tsclient does not work?

have you tried:

start cmd.exe prompt
type dir \\tsclient\c

if that works:

xcopy \\tsclient\c c:\

etc
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Excellent.
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No problem, should work :-)
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