|13 Jul 2012||#1|
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Manually mapped network drives
Hope you can help.
I want to know if there is anyway to find out if a network shared drive (showing within 'My Computer') is manually connected/mapped. (btw we are using a AD - GPO & Desktop Authority)
I don't want to disconnect all the drives and then log the user off as i want to see if there is a simpler way to check this.
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