Re: mapping to c$

From: Dmitry Kulshitsky (dimkin(remove)
Date: 05/09/03

Date: Fri, 9 May 2003 13:33:46 +1000

You can be logged on under any account.
Use the following command:

net use z: \\server\c$ /user:yourdomain\administrator

it will prompt you for the password and then it will map the z: drive to
your C$ share

"Microsoft Technet" <> wrote in message
> How do I map to the c$ without being an administrator? I want to map to a
> folder in the c drive but I really don't want to share that folder.
> What are my options?
> Thanks

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