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  1. #1
    Jens Geier NNTP User

    MAP.EXE - (Yes/No) ? V4.13

    Hello,

    i have BATCH file that should map Network drives.

    I use the a command simular to this

    MAP ROOT F:=\\BWCSA\SYS

    but when this command is issued the following komment is coming up

    Drive F: is in use by a local drive.
    Do you want to assign the specified drive as a network drive? (Yes/No)

    of course i like to map this drive, so i have to press manualy Y and ENTER.

    How i can do this automaticly? Is there a hidden switch that tolds MAP.EXE
    that it map the drive everytime and not asking for Yes or No?

    MAP.EXE
    Version 4.13 (970813) PTF
    (c) Copyright 1988-1996, Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
    TIME : 19. November 1997 17:56:44
    SIZE : 269.247 Bytes


    Thank you for your comments.


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  2. #2
    Anders Gustafsson NNTP User

    Re: MAP.EXE - (Yes/No) ? V4.13

    What does map /? Say? I cannot test right now as I am at home.

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  3. #3
    Brent Wolfe NNTP User

    Re: MAP.EXE - (Yes/No) ? V4.13

    Sounds like you have two or more hard drives, along with maybe two
    CD/DVD/burners, which would take the local drives through F:. The solution
    to this is to set the first network drive to G: (or whatever the next letter
    above the last local drive is) in the client settings, unless you
    specifically need F: for a particular reason.

    HTH

    Brent


    "Jens Geier" <High.Spam@b-w.com> wrote in message
    news:GBJvh.10972$Sz4.9980@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
    > Hello,
    >
    > i have BATCH file that should map Network drives.
    >
    > I use the a command simular to this
    >
    > MAP ROOT F:=\\BWCSA\SYS
    >
    > but when this command is issued the following komment is coming up
    >
    > Drive F: is in use by a local drive.
    > Do you want to assign the specified drive as a network drive? (Yes/No)
    >
    > of course i like to map this drive, so i have to press manualy Y and
    > ENTER.
    >
    > How i can do this automaticly? Is there a hidden switch that tolds MAP.EXE
    > that it map the drive everytime and not asking for Yes or No?
    >
    > MAP.EXE
    > Version 4.13 (970813) PTF
    > (c) Copyright 1988-1996, Novell, Inc. All rights reserved.
    > TIME : 19. November 1997 17:56:44
    > SIZE : 269.247 Bytes
    >
    >
    > Thank you for your comments.
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > Kind regards
    > Jens Geier
    >
    > b+w Electronic Systems GmbH & Co. KG
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------
    > Zur Eisenhütte 11
    > D-46047 Oberhausen
    > ------------------------------------
    > Telefon : +49 208 85098 826
    > Telefax : +49 208 85098 5826
    > Mobile. : +49 176 12626 826
    > E-Mail. : jens.geier(a)b-w.com
    > Internet: www.b-w.com
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    >
    >




  4. #4
    Richard Beels [SysOp] NNTP User

    Re: MAP.EXE - (Yes/No) ? V4.13


    echo y | map root f:...

    or change the first network drive letter to F with the big red N... :-)

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    Richard Beels
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