|I noticed that if a user maps a drive using a high value drive letter i.e. Z:, X:, W: etc. that these mapped drives although they exist do not display under the Network Location section of Windows Explorer. I am not sure at what point i.e. drive letter where this behaviour manifests itself but if I change the same drive mappings to use lower drive letters i.e. usually E: upwards then these do appear under Network Locations.|
Can anyone explain this behaviour, is it a feature?