Network Drive Query – Mapping to local drive?

Posted on 2012-09-10
Last Modified: 2012-10-05
Hi all

We have a network drive at work (i.e. H:) and I was just wondering if there’s a login script that we can use (i.e. batchfile) to map that network drive to a local partition (i.e. D:) when the laptop is not connected to the wired network?

This is because certain applications works only with the network drive mapped to H:

Thanks in advance.

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
Question by:autotrix
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    by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
    1 solution is offline files
    2nd is copy the files from H: to d:\somefolder and then subst H: d:\subfolder

    Author Comment

    Hi ve3ofa- thanks for the response, how do I Ho about implementing the 2x solutions you've just suggested? Thanks!
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    Accepted Solution

    Please check below link

    Offline Network drive
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