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How to add a web folder via command line (Windows)

I am trying to add a web folder via command line in windows. At first I though I should use the "net use" command, but when I tried I kept getting System error 67:

C:>net use * http://dev.subdomain.domain.tdl/dav/ the user name for 'dev.subdomain.domain.tdl': correctusername the password for dev.subdomain.domain.tdl: System error 67 has occurred.

The network name cannot be found.

The url I used works in a browser. It's an Apache dav on basic auth LDAP authentication method being used.

Here's the thing... I CAN create a web folder when I use the "Add a network place" wizard. When I do net use, I don't see it listed in the prompt that follows.

What utility do I need to use to mount a web folder in command line?

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migrated from Jan 5 '11 at 17:30

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marked as duplicate by Ben Pilbrow, Iain, Chris S, RobM, sysadmin1138 Jan 5 '11 at 20:59

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exact duplicate of How to add a web folder via command line (Windows) – Ben Pilbrow Jan 5 '11 at 18:45

Does putting the site into the Trusted Sites zone in IE make any difference? Maybe try that and then see if it works?

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