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We all know dir and if you have cygwin ls. I am wondering how could I use either of these commands for a windows library abstraction. For example, my music library points to C:\users\me\music and c:\users\public\music I try to do dir \libraries\music hoping to get contents for both, but I get:

C:\>dir \libraries\pictures
The system cannot find the file specified. 

Any ideas?

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Officially you can't use the command prompt to browse libraries.

However a 3rd party tool appears to let you somewhat access libraries from the command prompt, but doesn't appear to let you just "cd" into one. You may like to try it though:

http://www.grimadmin.com/filemgmt/index.php?id=5

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