Limit to num of shares?
jas88 at cam.ac.uk
Fri Jun 2 13:18:09 GMT 2000
On Fri, 2 Jun 2000, Chris Tooley wrote:
> "John E. Malmberg" wrote:
> > Chris Tooley <ctooley at joslyn.organization> wrote:
> > > > I am still confused, but my test would appear to confirm that there is
> > in
> > > > fact no limit (other than share points). BTW, after you do a 'Map
> > network
> > > > drive' to Z how do you then map the next share? (that would appear to
> > limit
> > > > you to 26 less real drives)
> > You do not need to map share points to use them.
> That is assuming you don't have an organization with
> uninterested-user-syndrome (I don't like the stupid-user phrase).
> Not everyone gets the idea that they are talking to a machine other
> than their own and don't wish to know. In this case, explaining:
> 'Ok, so you type backslash, backslash, ...'
> is like pulling teeth from a remote site.
You prefer "OK, so you type queue, colon, backslash, ..."? :-)
Telling people their personal files live on "\\user\homes" is a lot easier
than explaining to them their files are on "H", IMO...
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