[KB1401] USB Button is always connected to a USB Port of a Presentation Computer. On login in, the USB Button will get the drive letter "F:\" (FAQ)

Short Description

The problem here is: After login, a login script will try to connect several Network drives, one of these have to have "F:\" as drive letter. We can't switch the USB Button to a different drive letter in Windows or tell Windows to set a different the drive letter of the button when starting up.

Answer

Use  the command line DISKPART

 Using a command line

 1. Open Command Prompt.

 2.Type:

 diskpart

 3.At the DISKPART prompt, type:

 list volume

 Make note of the number of the simple volume whose drive letter you want to assign, change, or remove.

 4. At the DISKPART prompt, type:

 select volume n

 Select the volume, where n is the volume's number, whose drive letter you want to assign, change, or remove.

 5.At the DISKPART prompt, type one of the following:

 assign letter=L

 Where L is the drive letter you want to assign or change.

 remove letter=L

 Where L is the drive letter you want to remove.

 

Tags: ClickShare • button • usbport • fdrive