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How to access network shares from an elevated process in Windows 7?
With UAC set to the Default level, it is not possible in Windows 7 to access mapped network folders from an administrative command prompt or any other elevated process. This leads to unwanted errors, ...
Feb 5 '10 at 14:03
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