Mapping a network means allowing anyone to access the files and software on different computers with the same network. Once the drive has been mapped, you can easily read or write any files on the client’s computer.
This particular drive that you have selected for mapping will be available every time you start the computer. In order to increase the storage area in the client computer, you can map a drive with the same network. This guide will teach you to map a network drive in windows 7 by following the simple steps.
Steps to Map a Network Drive in Windows 7
Step 1: Click on “Start” menu and open “Computer” where all the drives on your computer are displayed.
Step 2: Click on “Map network drive” button on the top menu bar.
Step 3: In the “Map Network Drive” window, Choose a letter from the drop down menu. This letter appear on the network to identify the drive.
Now enter the path for the folder you want to connect or you can also browse your folder. Check the “Reconnect at logon” box in order to connect this same drive every time you start the computer.
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