Mapping a drive connects a local drive in the network environment with a specially allocated shared directory or folder on another computer.
After mapping a drive, ProFile users can access the shared resource and treat it as if it is located locally on their own computer.
More than one computer may map their drives to this shared resource and take advantage of this networked space. This also provides a stable and steady connection.
Map a drive
1. Open Windows Explorer.
2. Identify the computer and click on the name.
3. Click the Map network drive option.
4. Follow the prompts to map the drive.