I just discovered that VB2010 code will not let you write to a mapped drive letter.
For example if "W" is mapped to some location, the following will not work:
My.Computer.FileSystem.CopyFile("C:\TEST1.TXT", "W:\TEST1.TXT", True)
So, the question is, is there a method to get the absolute path for a mapped drive letter?
Edited 13-Oct-12 9:26am
I just discivered that VB2010 code will not let you write to a mapped drive letter.
Utter bullsh*t. Yes it will. The problem is in your code or the account you're using doesn't have create/write permissions to the path the drive letter is mapped to.
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