CannotResolveSymbol said:
Sven Groot said:
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Or just set the "start in" directory of the shortcut you're using to open cmd.exe.

Or just set the "start in" directory...

 

That is the first thing I tried.   It doesn't work on Windows 7.

 

Also new in Windows 7, you can map a network share to a drive letter and Windows 7 will not reliably recognize it in the command shell.   NET USE works reliably to do the same thing.