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I want to use a remote shared folder use in a subdirectory. For example the share \somePC\folder => x:\folder\somePCsRemoteFolder

is there an easy way to do this ?


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Create a symlink:

mklink /d x:\folder\somePCsRemoteFolder \\somePC\folder

Under Linux, alias would not work this way.

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you're right with alias – endo.anaconda May 14 '12 at 13:06
just lovely, thx – endo.anaconda May 14 '12 at 13:33

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