So at my work, we are allowed to bring music in on thumb drives and listen to it, but for legal ownership reasons, we are not allowed to store local copies on the computers hard drive, and we are discouraged from leaving thumb drives in perpetually. Due to this, I have mounted my thumb drive in a folder on my C drive and mapped that folder to my music library. This allows me to plug in my thumb drive, and viola, windows media player recognizes all my music as part of my library. It catalogs it and stores it, which is very nice.
The problem is, sometimes I don't plug my thumb drive into the same port. This wipes out my music references and I have to reconfigure it to map the thumb drive again to the same folder. So my question is, is there some way I can get a drive to map to a specific drive letter, if that letter is available, no matter what port it is plugged into?