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Windows allows network resources (like Ethernet Disks) to a virtual drive letter. This is useful, as when a drive is mapped, it can be used in the same capacity as a local hard disk.
To do this, follow the procedure below:
\\server\shareWhere it says "Server", type in the drive's IP address. For "Share", type in the name of the share. For example, if The Ethernet Disk's IP address is 192.168.1.101, and the share name is "music", it would be
Click finish when ready. The network drive will now appear in My Computer(or Computer on Windows Vista).