I am using two windows shares (lets call them shareA and shareB) on a computer in my network. I manage to map each of these folders as a drive in the windows explorer. But I want to have one single drive from which I can choose one of these shares like a normal folder. How can I do that? Currently, if I would use more than 25 shares, I wouldn't have any more drive letters left, I hope Microsoft thought of that ;-)
I don't believe this is possible.
You can however browse directly to shares without actually 'mapping' them to drives. Just browse to
\\servername and right-click drag the shares to your desktop to create shortcuts.
I don't think one can do quite what you want, but how about this for a work around: create symbolic links to the network shares.
C:\somedir you would have two links,
ShareBLink, pointing to ShareA and ShareB respectively. These should appear as "normal" folders which SyncToy will happily use.
Obviously, by using symbolic links, the limited number of letters available for drives becomes irrelevant.