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To assign (map) a drive letter to a network computer or folder 
Posted By: Byron Hinson
Last Updated: September 5th 2003
Tip Difficulty Level: Novice

 

How This Tip Works

  • On the desktop, double-click My Computer. 
  • On the Tools menu, click Map Network Drive. 
  • In the Drive list, select a drive letter to assign to the shared resource. 
  • In the Path box, type the path to the resource you want. For example, type: 
    \\computername\foldername

 

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