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    Our server has several shared directories. These are mapped to letters on each client computer.We use AutoCAD and X-refs for a large amount of our work. Sometimes we need to take a laptop to a client's location to show them the progress of the job.What we have been doing is copying the drawing data...

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  • How to map a drive to another domain using command prompt?

    How can I map a drive to another server on another domain using net use? I tried using this command but didn't work:net use H: \servershare /user:domainuser password /persistent:yes and net use n: \servernamesharename /user:username@domainname password and net use n: \servernamesharename...

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  • Mapping an I-Series drive via windows logon script

    We are having a weird issue here regarding mapping a drive when the user logs on. Without client access express loaded, the drive maps correctly. WITH Client Access Express we get an invalid user profile. This ONLY happens when the PC is initially powered on. If the user logs off then logs back on...

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  • map network drive to a server from a different dns

    I am using windows server 2003 to host the site I am developing. I have other two users who lives miles away from me. All 3 of us can remote desktop to the server just fine (windows server 2003 only allow up to two simultaneous sessions). Because my pc and the server use the same router, I can map...

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  • how to map a network drive on server 2003 to vista machine shared folder

    How do I map a network drive on a windows server 2003 machine to a vista machine with a shared folder. I get an error that says network path not found and that the server 2003 does not have rights. I am logged in as the administrator. I can ping the vista machine.

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