Having trouble sharing your network path with your friends because your disk path is copied instead of the desired network path? Let's take an example.
Suppose you need to e-mail the file you created and save the copy on the network. You need to tell your friends about the file, so enter a link of your route and send it to them. the problem arises Let's say for example that the path where you have the specified file is
B: Home customer form.html.
You can't expect everyone to have drive B on their system that maps to the server you saved the file to. Instead you will want to send the path in the format like
State City Home customer form.html.
Generally, the UNC path format in Windows 10 is servername sharename path file name and to avoid drive letters you need to use Copy Path Copy which needs to be downloaded and installed on your system. Once this is done, the copy of the path appears in the context menu of all the files you access and, by changing some settings, you can copy the UNC (Uniform Naming Convention) network path without the drive letter.
Copy UNC network path without drive letter
Download the copy of the copy of the course by clicking on the link above, which is absolutely free.
Once downloaded, double click on the .exe file which will be in the folder where you normally save your downloads.
Open the .exe file, the installation interface appears and the welcome page appears, click the Next button.
As you navigate through the wizard pages, where you may need to accept the license agreement provided, click Next with the default settings.
Now you come to a page with the install button and you will have to select the command choice. The default setting works quite well.
The setup ends automatically now. Choose the file of your choice in File Explorer and right-click on it. You find that the context menu has changed, right? In fact, you have now added the Copy Path item by pressing which takes you to its submenu. To work with this, choose the configuration option.
The following window will appear with the details of the command on the left and the menu and submenus on the right. Choose the options you prefer on the right and once done press OK and then Apply Settings.
You are now forced to copy the file path assigned to the network in the required format.