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How to determine shared folder mapped letter

Posted on 2016-07-19
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Hi Experts,

I have an SBS 2011 server which has the shared folders below, it shows the shared path but it doesn't show me what letter was assigned to the shared folder. where can I find this information?

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Peggiegreg
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Shares don't have drive mappings associated with them - it's up to the client to choose a drive letter for the appropriate share, and map it accordingly.

If you have a Group Policy Object mapping the shares for you, look in Group Policy Management Console to find the drive letters associated with the share.  Here is an example GPO and applicable settings:

Group Policy Drive Maps
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