connecting/disconnecting network drives


Bird Eater
13 Mar 2004
Is there an easy way to disconnect and reconnect network drives to different share points through the command line? I'm thinking of writing a batch file which I can run, so I can mass change where my drive letters point to quickly when I need different resources from different IPs on my network. Doing this one by one for 13 network drives via Explorer is rather tedious :p
type this at a command prompt:

net help use


map network drive:

net use Z: \\computername\sharename

unmap network drive:

net use /delete Z:
Thanks CPU. I have to map 3 remote drives to access my stuff at work and it was a pain in windows.

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