When you map a drive, you create a connection to a drive on the network. After the drive is mapped, you can use it like a local hard disk, provided you have sufficient rights on the drive. You can map to a specific folder on the drive or to the root of the drive.
Right-click , then click.
Select the drive letter you want to use for the network connection.
Specify the path to the directory you want to map.
The path can be in either of these formats:
Universal Naming Convention format: \\server\volume\directory\subdirectory
OES format: server\volume:\directory\subdirectory
NOTE:A volume is a segment of a server. The volumes of a server display next to folder icons when you double-click a server.
You can also click thebutton and locate the directory you want to map.
(Optional) To reestablish this drive mapping the next time you log in, select.
HINT:To prevent the automatic drive mapping in the next log in, disconnect the mapped drive.
(Optional) Selectif you want to specify the drive as a search drive.
If you select, you can choose whether this mapping should be at the beginning or the end of the path.