Drive Mapping
Technical Document

Using the net use command you can map drives accordingly. In this case the share at \\SHARESERVER\ShareName is mapped to drive G:. Note the escaped backslashes. And the windowstate parameter is set to 'HIDE' to help hide any command prompt as net use is a console application. You can expand on this plus the second example on the How to Use technical document to pass custom/dynamic parameters to the object such a username and password or changing the drive letter to map to. Possibly from a web form if desired.

Drive Mapping Example

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            'detail': { task: 'run',
                        program: 'net.exe',
                        switches: 'use G: \\\\SHARESERVER\\ShareName',
                        windowstate: 'HIDE'
                      } })); 

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