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  • How to use UNC paths?

    How to use UNC paths?

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  • How to hide UNC path of a mapped drive in MyComputer in Windows 7

    In Windows XP Professional I used a renuse command in place of the net use command to map a drive for users in a lab environment. The advantage of this command is that it hid the unc path to the network share that the mapped drive referred to. However, This renuse command is not working in Windows...

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  • Trying to run remote command to view AS/400 UNC and failing!

    I need some ideas here...I'm stuck. I'm running an RPG program that builds some CSV files for our accounting department. Because they love Excel, I had to make it so that the program breaks the data up into separate CSV files so as not to exceed 65,535 rows. Anyway, I am saving the stream files...

    Koohiisan5,020 pointsBadges:
  • Recommendation: system process using a mapped drive

    My Setup: Server A: Win2k / Access2000 Server B: Win2k3 / Access2007 I have a syncing application that will look for changes on my ServerB database, and replicate those changes to the ServerA DB. This application is based around a mapped drive. What I am trying to secure is a method that will work...

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  • Changing UNC paths

    I have 138 rows of Universal Naming Convention (UNC) paths. Part of each path is constant and part is a variable. How do I change the constant portion of the UNC path and keep the variable intact? For example: •\serverpathdir1dir11 •\serverpathdir2 •\serverpathdir3dir31 constant part...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
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    can I use the open command to open a unc path to a windows box?

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  • UNC alternative

    I have many excel worksheets that link to other worksheets. Some link by drive letter mappings and others have a UNC name. Is there a way to link without using the UNC name? Concern is what to do if the linked server is changed. Do we have to go through each spreadsheet and change the link? Or is...

    Smf170 pointsBadges:
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