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[General] UNC Paths and Ztree   [General]

By: Keith Gorham       
Date: Jul 13,2016 at 04:16
In Response to: [General] UNC Paths and Ztree (Peter Shute)

> > Once there the batch program I wrote will create an temporary
> share
> > then start Ztree. After you exit the program it will then delete the
> > share.
> Why do you need to create a share? I don't understand what problem
> this solves.

Ztree cannot view files on an UNC volumne( Drive located on another computer or server.

It gives you an invalid drive specified.

I may not be explaining myself correctly.

I have a home server that I have some drives that with 4NT I can browse and access via the command line without mapping a drive letter to them.

For example:
I can do an CD \\workserver2\public\remote\ and access it just as if I had mapped it to a drive letter, which have not.

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