|Thank you. I just tried this and found that, while it might be a good MCSE question, it is a pain in the rear. Plus you have to allow a hole in the firewall for Disk Management to work. I don't believe this is a useful option. |
Some interesting things did happen...the logical Z: is reported in Disk Management as E: and it reports it as FAT32 when it is NTFS on the remote system.
This might be interesting to research when I have more time.