Accessing a Mapped Drive in Windows Subsystem for Linux

Windows 10 Playlist:

Move to Mount Directory
cd /mnt
Create Directory for Mounting Mapped Drive
sudo mkdir /mnt/e
Mount Mapped Drive to Directory
sudo mount -t drvfs E: /mnt/e
Unmount Drive
sudo umount /mnt/e
Remove Mount Directory
sudo rmdir /mnt/e
Automatically Mount Drive
sudo nano /etc/fstab
E: /mnt/e drvfs defaults 0 0

Control-o to save, Control-x to exit.

Load fstab
sudo mount -a

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