In the article I’ve been referring you to. Second paragraph. This is how all Windows drive letters work.
“administrator” is Command Prompt in an Administrator account.
“administrator_elevated” is “Command Prompt (Admin)” in same.
No. I made three folders so I could
subst to subfolder of drive letter context.
C:\Users\Public\Documents\subst>subst Z: C:\Users\Public\Documents\subst\standard
Volume in drive Z has no label.
Volume Serial Number is E471-3EE4
Directory of Z:\
01/01/2022 05:37 AM <DIR> .
01/01/2022 05:37 AM <DIR> ..
01/01/2022 05:37 AM 0 standard.txt
1 File(s) 0 bytes
2 Dir(s) 299,386,494,976 bytes free
No.The folders and files are all from this
Standard acount. They’re just testing what’s visible at Z: drive.
This is about drive letters being non-global, which I think is why Duplicati (as-launched) can’t see yours.
I did make a different
subst Z: for each of three contexts. They don’t see each other in other sessions.
I’m just testing the idea that drive letters are not global, and using what Z: points to to track three setups.