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Mapping network drives.

Post by grasshoper on 26th January 2009, 6:56 am

I have a NAS(network attached storage) device connected via ethernet to my wireless/wired router. I have mapped network drive so it appears in the my computer. Both on a vista business laptop and a xp home desktop. Whenever I restart the computer, login, I get a error "could not reconnect all network drives" I have checked the "reconnect at login check box" and typed the username and password to connect the drive. After the restart, when click the network drive(it has a red x ) it asks me to login again. I am sure all the details are correct. Any help would be greatfull!

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Re: Mapping network drives.

Post by grasshoper on 28th January 2009, 4:07 am

I'm still having problems, can anyone help?

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Re: Mapping network drives.

Post by Digitalocksmith on 31st January 2009, 10:34 am

If you can see the drive in 'Network drives' within 'Computer' then it is mapped!

Its asking for a password simply to gain access and will continue to do so at every login until you disable 'password protected sharing'.


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