This article is to detail the process of obtaining the address of a Network Drive, using the Command Prompt (cmd).
In Windows 8, select the Windows Icon, situated (by default) in the bottom left-hand corner:
Here, navigate to the top-right hand corner to the Search Icon:
Here, enter the letters 'CMD'. The 'Command Prompt' app will then be displayed in the list:
Here, the Command Prompt Window will open.
Enter the following: 'Net Use' - this can be seen below:
Once the 'Net Use' command has been typed, press the 'Enter'/'Return' Key on the Keyboard.
This will then return the Drive Letter with the location the drive is mapped to:
On Windows 10, navigate to the search bar, located (by default) in the bottom left-hand corner:
Here enter 'CMD' and select the 'Command Prompt' App from the list:
This will then open the Command Prompt Window. Here, enter 'Net Use', as shown below:
Once 'Net Use' has been entered, press the 'Enter'/'Return' Key. This will then return the Drive Letter with the location the drive is mapped to: