Copy UNC path to clipboard Windows shell extension
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Summary

With this small extension you are able to copy the UNC path of a specific file or folder to your clipboard by righ-clicking the node and select "Copy UNC Path to Clipboard". This works either for local and network folders and files.

New version 2.1 released!

A lot of stabiliy issues fixed. Also just one installer for 32- and 64-bit. See [latest release] (https://github.com/limetree07/copy-unc-path/releases/tag/version_2.1.0).


Release Notes

Version 2.1

  • just one Installer now which automatically dedects if 32- or 64-bit and installs the correct version
  • fixed "empty string" or "no action" if used on an UNC path (Issue #7)
  • added all Visual C++ dependencies to run on all PCs (Issue #5)
  • additional stability enhancements
  • If the context menu entry does not appear after upgrade from 2.0 to 2.1, please consider installation repair!

Version 2.0

  • fully removed .NET dependency
  • icons replaced
  • added support for 32-bit applications on 64-bit systems (Issue #4)
  • moved up position of context menu entry (Issue #3)
  • change display behaviour for icon on Windows XP
  • Tested on Windows 7 32-bit & 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit

Installation

Download featured installers from this page and run it as usual. The installer registers the shell extension for automatically. After installation the new option available.