Is there a way I can make a shortcut to bring up the standard "Map Network Drive" box to appear (i.e. the one you get when you click Tools > Map Network Drive")?I was thinking along the lines of rundll commands, but all I found were commands for Windows 9x and NT 4.0.Alternatively I found a third party utility, but I don't really want that.I also thought of creating a batch file where you have to enter the drive letter as a parameter, but then I decided against that because I still prefer using the standard box.Does anyone know the rundll (or rundll32?) command to use? I would imagine it's the same for 2000 and XP.
Resolved already!I just found it! For anyone who is interested, it's here: click here...and it works.Gaz
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