How-to: (Windows) Mapping a Space as a Drive

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How-to: (Windows) Mapping a Space as a Drive

Postby Kenneth » 02 Jun 2016, 15:35

If you would like to map a TeamDrive Space as a drive letter you need to manually do so via the command line.

- First you need to open the 'cmd' application. DO NOT start 'cmd' as admin. Otherwise you will not be able to see the drive in Windows Explorer.
- After opening 'cmd, enter 'subst' followed by the drive letter you want the Space to have, followed by the Space's path.

Here is an example:
subst T: C:\Users\TeamDrive\Documents\Spaces\Space1

That's it.

To remove the mapped drive T: enter "subst T: /D"
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