Prior to EZPE we just used the command line to map a drive, copy folders to a safe place when disaster strikes. EZPE 6.5 includes the
A56 File Manger and Explorer++, but neither actually work for me. As far as a workflow, I have used EEOpalTech to enter the code of the day and authenticated with the token option so as to unlock the C: drive.
Explorer++ does not have an option to map a drive, but A56 does have one that does not work (A56 does not display any dialog when clicking on that menu option).
Mapping a drive from the command line of course works and both products see the mapped drive. Unfortunately, neither allow you to copy/paste. Explorer++ allows you to "copy" but the option to "paste" is always disabled. A56 allows you to "copy" and "paste" is enabled, but does not actually paste. I have tried this locally on the C: drive, on the network drive and between these two drives with the same result. Of course there are no issues with the command line and good ole xcopy.
Hi There, Sorry for the very late response. Funny that you asked that question, because I just finished with 7.1. I spent some time tonight figuring out how to implement this. Check out new Version 7 posted today and see if you like the addition.
Thank you for the suggestion!
The new EZPE Drive Mapper. See instructions in the instructions and on the EZPE forum page.