Get Drive(Drive Letter) Set Map Drive = o Mapped Drive. Drive Letter & ":" End If Set o Mapped Drive = Nothing End If End Sub Thanks for great workaround.
Root Folder Exit For End If Next i End Function Private Sub Unmap Drive() If Not o Mapped Drive Is Nothing Then If o Mapped Drive. By connecting directly I had to manually "visit" the sharepoint site before getting active connection, but mapping drive seems to solve that issue.
EDIT (after a good comment by shahkalpesh) : I can access to the sharepoint if I enter the address in Windows Explorer.
Access to the sharepoint needs an authentification, but it's transparent, because it relies on the Windows login.
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