Create Virtual HDD in Windows XP and Windows 2003

by bluemedora_editor on May 25, 2011

Use a windows command prompt to execute the “subst” command, assigning a drive letter to an existing folder.

This creates a “virtual drive” that can be seen in windows explorer under “My Computer”. Usage:

subst z: b:\user\betty\forms

*This command creates a virtual z drive (first parameter) that points to the contents of the folder specified by the second parameter.

 

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