Connect to Network Folder
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Task Sequence Steps – Connect to Network Folder
This post is part of our Task Sequence – Beyond the Docs series.
This step allows you to map a drive to a network share during the Task Sequence. This works in WinPE or the Full OS, and requires you to use an account that has permissions to the share you’re mapping to.
MS Docs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/osd/understand/task-sequence-steps#BKMK_ConnectToNetworkFolder
Not much to this, it’s mapping a drive. I’ve used this before others steps that require access to a specific network location for copying logs, or reading a file from the network, or even copying WIMs after updating them with OSD Builder.
- Typos, a path that doesn’t actually exist.
- Credentials, the account has wrong password or no rights to the path you’ve specified.
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