I had to test a program on Windows using a particular drive letter.
So I was thinking of mounting an ISO file, or a VeraCrypt volume, and have a drive with that particular drive letter on my machine. And then I remember something … old … really old.
Back in the early nineties, I often had to do something similar on MS DOS. I used the SUBST command.
It still exists on Windows. You provide an unused drive letter and a path on an existing drive, and voilà:
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