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I have a problem, the Bash Bunny changes drive letters on my system and I can't be sure of what it is. I am using it for a Ducky Script which types in a USB Mass Storage address to run a batch file. Can anyone tell me how to find the drive letter of the Bash Bunny in the payload.txt file


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1 hour ago, PoSHMagiC0de said:

The command you are looking for is below if you do it in powershell.

(gwmi -class win32_volume -filter "label='BashBunny'").Name

That should get you the drive for the bash bunny in powershell using the volume label name.

Keep in mind that that only works if your Bash Bunny's drive name is "BashBunny". Mines "DJBUNNY" so I would put:

(gwmi -class win32_volume -filter "label='DJBUNNY'").Name
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