Changing drive letter in Win command prompt

I had to google this a second time, which means I should document it for future use.

in the command prompt on a windows machine, to change to a network drive, purely entering the drive letter will not work.

Preceding the network drive letter, /D must be entered, so for example for drive M, you must type “cd /DF:\”


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