Map it with subst!

Probably it’s as old as the way to Rome, but still very helpful. If you want to map a drive to another drive or path within windows there’s a very easy way: SUBST! (Which stands for substitute by the way).

How to use it:

Example; a program uses path: X:\folder and on your system it’s located at D:\
Just type: subst X: D:\

To delete type: subst X: /D (To avoid confusion; /D stands for delete and has nothing to do with the drive mentioned before!)

Happy mapping!

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