To map a network drive:
- From the Active@ Boot Disk shell, click Start > Network > Map Network Drive. The Map Network Drive dialog box appears.
- In Drive, select a drive letter.
- In Folder, type the server and share name of the computer or folder you want. For example: \\servername\sharename.
- To search for the computer or folder, click Browse.
- If it is necessary to change the user name
in order to map the selected drive, do the
- Click the link at Connect using a different name. The Connect As... dialog box appears.
- Enter the domain name and the user name that has permission to connect to the selected computer or folder.
- Enter the password for the user named above.
- Click OK to return to the Map Network Drive dialog box.
- To reconnect to the mapped drive every time you log on, select the Reconnect at logon check box.
- Click Finish.
Note: Mapped drives are available only when the host computer is available. Network drives are assigned letters from Z to A, and local drives (your hard drive and removable storage devices) are assigned letters from A to Z. You can assign a computer or shared folder to a different drive letter by disconnecting from the drive and then reassigning it to a new drive letter.