I have a network share mapped to drive
T: and I want to be able to access if easily from a specific directory. However, entering
subst t: c:\volumes\test gives the error message
Invalid parameter - T:
Is there a limitation on mapped network drives or Windows server 2003, or am I doing something wrong?
As EBGreen points out, I don't actually want to use subst, since it doesn't do what I thought it did. I'm coming from a Linux environment, where remote shares can be mounted on to a directory in the filesystem.
Is there something in Windows that'll let me do this?