Change directory to a mapped drive Tags: Network Drive Command Prompt Networking Last response: November 5, 2009 1:19 PM in Networking Share markloessi November 5, 2009 1:46:33 AM Ok, so once I've got a network drive mapped how do I get to that directory from a command prompt, e.g. what syntax do I use to cd ?? I'm using Win XP More about : change directory mapped drive willis888 November 5, 2009 1:11:35 PM Just type "z:" or whatever drive letter you are using. "start ." will open it in Explorer. markloessi November 5, 2009 1:19:50 PM so simple, thanks mate! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Workstation password change breaks mapped drive login Forum Change drive directory Forum Accidentaly changed Documents directory to F: drive :( Forum changing mapped drive paths for users Forum SolvedMapped network drive over internet Forum SolvedNo permission mapped for internal drive Forum SolvedHow to change the Windows 7 default installion directory Forum change file directory Forum Solvedmapped Network Drive benefits Forum Old Network Drive Being Mapped Forum Solvedwhy does my external hard drive reports the error "G:\ is not accessible. The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable." Forum SolvedToshiba 1TB Hard Drive E:\ Is not accessable the file or directory is corrupted and unreadable Forum SolvedStatic IP losing Mapped Drives Forum My external hard drive wont open msg says E:is not accesable. A file or directory is corrupted and unreadable. Can the informa Forum Registers mapped drive from server 2008 R2 Standard Forum How can i change the Page file directory Forum Cannot Delete Folder or file on external Hard Drive, "file or directory is corrupt or unreadable" Forum I need to change my registry but I can't because I keep getting the message "The filename, directory name or syntax is wrong" Forum SolvedChanging BF3 game files directory path Forum SolvedLock a directory on a USB Flash Drive? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !