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Sorry for this simple question, I know I can have a try on windows system but I don't have windows server on my access. Windows server path starts with this kind of slash "//" or "\\" , say

//servername/mypath  or \\servername\mypath  


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What's the question here? As written, this is a statement, not a question. It's also, contrary to the below, a true statement (after of course substituting "UNC name" for "server path"). (-: – JdeBP Jun 24 '11 at 11:44
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It uses the backslash variety:

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