Topic "How do I change to a different drive on the remote computer"

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Sean

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I am using WinSCP with the Norton Commander interface.

I am connecting to a Windows server and I see the C: drive folders and files. There is also a D: drive in the server and I can use this command
cd d:
to change to the D: drive in a command shell. How do I get the D: drive to display in the Norton Commander interface? In the directory drop-down it only shows root and that is the root of C:.

Thanks
Sean
Sean

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Found it myself - change drives by going to the Open Directory and typing
/cygdrive/c for drive C:
/cygdrive/d for drive D:
etc.

Sean
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OK, time has come to add this to F.A.Q. Smile
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