Actually, the above is not required and you should NEVER
use drive letter for a service, since there is no
gurantee that the drive letter will be available and
it is also a major security issue.
I have been doing this since IIS 2.0 and it works
fine. I just did it again on one of our servers.
When you put a directory in that starts with \\server\
then the username/password section is enabled and you
can specify the information to connect as. We do
multi-server connections this way a lot.
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