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Map a network drive in Windows - Microsoft Support

Select This PC from the left pane. Then, on the File Explorer ribbon, select More > Map network drive. In the Drive list, select a drive letter. (Any available letter will do.) In the Folder box, type the path of the folder or computer, or select Browse to find the folder or computer.

Map a network drive to a SharePoint library - Microsoft Support

In the pane on the left, right-click the Network folder and select Map network drive. Click the link named Connect to a web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures . Click Next twice to walk through the informational steps of the Add Network Location wizard.
Applies To: SharePoint in Microsoft 365, SharePoint in Microsoft 365 Small Business

Map a network drive in Windows 7 - Microsoft Support

1. Select Start > Computer > Map Network Drive. 3. In the Drive list, select any available drive letter. 4. In the Folder box, type the path of the folder or computer, or select Browse to find the folder or computer. To connect every time you log on to your computer, select the Reconnect at logon check box.

Map a network drive to a SharePoint library - Microsoft Support

Map a drive to your document library. Switch back to File Explorer. In the pane on the left, right-click the Network folder and select Map network drive. Click the link named Connect to a web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures.
Applies To: SharePoint in Microsoft 365, SharePoint in Microsoft 365 Small Business

Map a network drive in Windows 7

1. Select Start > Computer > Map Network Drive. 3. In the Drive list, select any available drive letter. 4. In the Folder box, type the path of the folder or computer, or select Browse to find the folder or computer. To connect every time you log on to your computer, select the Reconnect at logon check box.

File sharing over a network in Windows - Microsoft Support

Select the Start button, then select Settings > Network & internet , and on the right side, select Sharing options. Under Private , select Turn on Network discovery and Turn on file and printer sharing .

"Location is not available" error when you access a mapped network drive after Windows standby or resume

You access a mapped network drive from Explorer on a Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 computer. You put the computer to sleep and wake the computer again after some time. In this situation, you cannot access the mapped network drive for a short time, and you cannot save open Microsoft Office files (Word, Excel) within the first 30 seconds after you resume from hiberation.

The network drive mapping status is not updated when Explorer.exe runs in Separate mode on a Windows Vista-based or Windows Server 2008-based computer

Assume that you start a Windows Explorer (Explorer.exe) process in Separate mode on a computer that is running Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. Then, you map a new network drive or disconnect an existing network drive in this Explorer.exe process. In this situation, the network drive mapping status is not updated.

Paged pool leaks when you map a network drive and then disconnect it frequently in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2

You provide explicit credentials instead of using the user account that is currently logged on when you map the network drive. In this scenario, the memory usage of the paged pool keeps increasing on the computer. After a while, the available memory is exhausted and all the running applications or services stop working.
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