Windows

How to find the pathname of a mapped network drive

In Windows, if you have mapped network drives and you don’t know the UNC path for them, you can start a command prompt as shown below.

Step 1: Type “NET USE” at the command prompt:

c:/>net use

This will also show you the information about the mapped drive.

Step 2. Search under Computer Management
– Then navigate to the logical drives.

This shows a list of all drive mappings as well. I hope you found this blog post helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.

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