troubleshooting Question

Can you mount a local shared folder as a drive on a server?

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Windows OSVersion ControlWindows 10AzureWindows Server 2016
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Can you mount a local shared folder as a drive on a server?  I am needing to enable shadow copies (version control) on a specific folder on my Windows 2016 Server, and do not want to have to enable that for the entire volume of the C drive - but just for single folder.  Since shadow copies is only available for "volumes only", I need to figure out how to mount my target folder as a separate "volume" on the machine.  Possible to do?
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