NAS support???

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Jan 25, 2012
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I recently installed a 2TB NAS on my network and was disappointed to find that TCC/LE could not access it. Does TCC/LE actually not access NAS drives or is there a way to do it that I don't know about? I occasionally want to print a list of folder contents and have used this command in the past:
dir /S10 /LHJKMXO:-D %1 > DirContents.txt. Am I out of luck???:(
 

Charles Dye

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May 20, 2008
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You can use it just as you would in CMD.EXE: map a drive letter with NET USE.

Fun feature: Unlike in CMD.EXE, you can also change the current directory to a UNC path: CDD \\MYDRIVE\SHARE or whatever -- you don't have to map a drive letter.
 
Jan 25, 2012
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You can use it just as you would in CMD.EXE: map a drive letter with NET USE.

Fun feature: Unlike in CMD.EXE, you can also change the current directory to a UNC path: CDD \\MYDRIVE\SHARE or whatever -- you don't have to map a drive letter.
Thanks, Charles. net use worked great.:)
 
May 31, 2008
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I recently installed a 2TB NAS on my network and was disappointed to find that TCC/LE could not access it. Does TCC/LE actually not access NAS drives or is there a way to do it that I don't know about?
I can CDD to my NAS with TCC/LE on Windows 7. But NET USE is mandatory beforehand to force Windows to prompt for a netshare password, if one is configured. Mapping the drive isn't necessary, UNC pathnames work.
Code:
V:\>ver
 
TCC LE 13.03.38 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
 
V:\>net use
New connections will be remembered.
 
There are no entries in the list.
 
V:\>cdd /X \\NAS\R
TCC: (Sys) Access is denied.
"\\NAS\R"
 
V:\>net use \\NAS\R
The password is invalid for \\NAS\R.
 
Enter the user name for 'NAS': ***
Enter the password for NAS:
The command completed successfully.
 
V:\>cdd /X \\NAS\R
 
\\NAS\R>