Picture this scenario, you’re trying to run some Command-prompt commands and to do so you need to set your current directory to a share drive path. You think to yourself that it should be the easiest thing in the world so you type something like:
You are happy and optimist about life until you get the message:
“CMD does not support UNC paths as current directories”
Fortunately the solution is quite easy, at least, according to wikipedia , in windows 7 and later. You just need to use pushd instead of cd like this
How do you go back?
just use popd
And there you go, now you can do all kinds of crazy stuff with your files.
I hope you find this useful, and don´t thank me, thank this guy http://mypkb.wordpress.com/2007/02/01/how-to-deal-with-cmd-does-not-support-unc-paths-as-current-directories/