|Does anyone know how to enmass identify shortcuts and then enmass correct the 'rogue' drive lettered shortcuts?|
I ask as Windows doesn't seem to me to have ever provided adequate user interfacing with respect to drive letter maintenance, ie; MS doesn't afford so much as a script or something to permanently embed a drive letter for specified (external hard) drives and instead assigns any re-introduced hard drive with the next available drive letter, such that ext hard drives are in effect somewhat randomly being assigning drive letters.
That sort of drive letter management creates issues in retaining the proper drive letter for saved shortcuts and frequently users must either physically mark each hard drive with it's user assigned drive letter and always thereafter assure it is listed as such (otherwise stored shortcuts won't point to the correct EHD).
I know that once a users realize this issue, 'we' still find ourselves with shortcuts that point to the wrong drive letter.
So surely there must be a way to enmass identify and group shortcuts according to their associated drive letters, and moreover a means to enmass 'correct' or 're-point' them to their correct drive letters, no?
Or are we eternally left to tediously revising each shortcut's properties (changing their drive letters manually one by one)?
Please don't in effect tell me that computing isn't advanced enough yet and they actually don't "work for us" (I already know that).
Regards and hap-e-trails, Steve Hopper