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Question:What is a UNC path?
UNC is short for Universal Naming Convention, a Windows format for specifying the location of resources on a local-area network (LAN). UNC uses the following format:
The shared resource pathname can be a single name, or a longer directory path. It can mount at any point on a logical drive (not necessarily at the root of the drive).
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