Windows 10: Cmd Prompt not switching drives/directories nor listing net use in elevated mode only...

Discus and support Cmd Prompt not switching drives/directories nor listing net use in elevated mode only... in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; Hello,I just did a fresh clean reinstall of W11 Pro due to a ton of problems, many of which are resolved. The BIGGEST reason I did the fresh reinstall... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by Princess Wonder Woman, Apr 19, 2024.

  1. Cmd Prompt not switching drives/directories nor listing net use in elevated mode only...


    Hello,I just did a fresh clean reinstall of W11 Pro due to a ton of problems, many of which are resolved. The BIGGEST reason I did the fresh reinstall was because of one particular problem which is STILL baffling me.Providing screenshots of everythingThe command prompt is not working properly when running in Elevated Admin mode for the following basic operations. It will NOT change drives/directories at all reports it can't see the drive no matter what command variation I use to change the directory and ALSO reports "No Entries In List" for net use again in elevated mode but it WILL do t

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    Princess Wonder Woman, Apr 19, 2024
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  2. Invalid switch - "/elevate".

    Hi,

    Elevate isn't a switch. Elevated cmd means running it as admin privileges.

    Type cmd in the search, right-click it and choose Run as administrator. This opens an elevated command prompt.
     
    Sumit - Insider MVP, Apr 19, 2024
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  3. Cannot open cmd prompt in admin mode

    I am using win 10 pro. My initial problem is I cannot display list of wifi networks. I cannot open cmd prompt in admin mode. I've used all the trouble shooting steps on this site and nothing works. Short of throwing this PC out the window is there anything
    else I can try?
     
    MichaelnEvans, Apr 19, 2024
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    Cmd Prompt not switching drives/directories nor listing net use in elevated mode only...

    Network drive not showing in elevated apps


    Hi everybody,

    I am using W10 Home and I have just done a clean install and I am in the process of customizing the system to my needs.

    The problem I step into is this:
    I connected a new network drive from within Windows Explorer and if I open:
    - Command prompt window: Drive exist and it is listed by NET USE
    - Admin command prompt window: Drive DOESN'T exist and it is NOT listed by NET USE

    I also use FreeCommander. When I launch it the UAC asks for my confirmation and the network drive doesn't show either.

    I know it sounds stupid but I can't figure out what happens... *Confused

    Thanks!
     
    Frn747, Apr 19, 2024
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