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using cmd prompt, how can I get the location of a share? I know the name of the share, but when I remote onto the box, I can't see where the share location is.

net view shows me the names, but not the locations.

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marked as duplicate by Mark Henderson, gronostaj, mpy, and31415, Kevin Panko Jun 16 '14 at 2:47

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I did search, but couldn't find anything obvious! thanks. – christiandev Aug 9 '13 at 10:58
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Try using the net share command instead, ie simply:

net share

It will show you the 'resource' associated with the share which in your case should be the location on the disk.

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Thanks, that worked. – christiandev Aug 9 '13 at 10:57

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