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Windows 7: cannot change disk from C: to V: with admin right on a domain network

04 Sep 2012   #1
Lehani

Windows 8 Pro - 64 Bit
 
 
cannot change disk from C: to V: with admin right on a domain network

hi, when i log on to a employes PC, and run an elevated CMD(admin) and type my admin logons. on the same doamin we both are belong to.

then i dont get allow to change from disk C: to disk V:.

but if i rin a normal CMD then i can change disk. but then i dont get the rights to install a script. i change disk by typing V: dont work

i have seen that some type cd /D V:\ - <-- what does the /D stands for?


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04 Sep 2012   #2
CreepinJesus

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lehani View Post
i have seen that some type cd /D V:\ - <-- what does the /D stands for?
Not sure about the main issue, but the /D means "change drive". You should use it when changing to a path on another drive.
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04 Sep 2012   #3
Lehani

Windows 8 Pro - 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CreepinJesus View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lehani View Post
i have seen that some type cd /D V:\ - <-- what does the /D stands for?
Not sure about the main issue, but the /D means "change drive". You should use it when changing to a path on another drive.
normally when i change disk drive, i juat type D: or V: or C:

but i cant do that here.
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