I am using two windows shares (lets call them shareA and shareB) on a computer in my network. I manage to map each of these folders as a drive in the windows explorer. But I want to have one single drive from which I can choose one of these shares like a normal folder. How can I do that? Currently, if I would use more than 25 shares, I wouldn't have any more drive letters left, I hope Microsoft thought of that ;-)
I don't think one can do quite what you want, but how about this for a work around: create symbolic links to the network shares.
Obviously, by using symbolic links, the limited number of letters available for drives becomes irrelevant.
I don't believe this is possible.
You can however browse directly to shares without actually 'mapping' them to drives. Just browse to