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Net use is one of the important Windows commands that’s useful to manage network drives from CMD. Do you want to map a drive to a shared folder? or delete mapped drives? ‘Net use’ is the command you would need.
Below you can find the syntax of this command with some examples.
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Map network drive from command prompt
Let’s say you have a network share RemotePCShare which you want to map to a local drive. You can do that with the below command.
The above command would map the share to the first available drive starting from Z: We can also specify the drive name in the place of ‘*’.
System error 85 has occurred
If you try to map to a network drive that’s not available(already mapped to another share), it throws this error.
See Map network drive from command line for advanced options for net use and for specifying user name and passwords in the command line.
Delete/Disconnect a mapped drive
You can disconnect a mapped drive using ‘net use /delete’ command. For example, to disconnect the drive Z: the command is
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Delete all mapped network drives
You can delete all mapped drives using the below command.