I have a client that needs to retire a server and move the data into their
SAN. Unfortunately one of their apps writes UNC paths, despite them
specifying the logical drive letter.
Paths that were \\SERVER\VOLUME\APP\files will now be

Is there anyway to 'spoof' the Windows XP MUP?
We can deal with the SERVER part using DNS and a alias, but our real
problem is the volume name... the cluster volume name is different from
that of the original server...

Is there any way we can use DFS spoof the volume? i.e. set up VOLUME on a
NW65 server and juntion from \ to the cluster volume?

Any other suggestions?

Many thanks