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Can I use that to take out what he owes me? Then get the vista machine and the NAS talking... more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I set up the Mapping and got the website folders through Vista, how do I send the updated folders to my host using Vista when I make changes and updates to https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/103a4c36-6ebc-43de-8543-09635a42540a/cant-map-network-drive-on-vista?forum=itprovistanetworking

The Nas has no user accounts or passwords and is accessable from all other network devices. If you access the Computer shortcut again you will see that a new drive having the letter you assigned is listed and you can access it at anytime. Can you map network drive for other share folders on this Windows Vista laptop?   Meanwhile, please try to map network drive by using IP address as paosberg mentioned.   In The very first time on successful mapping it automatically pops up the drive.

Quick and easy solutions are available for you in the NETGEAR community. reply September 23, 2009 - 6:28pm — Dwigt Shrute (not verified) Connecting to Remote Computer (Question #1, step-by) I have the IP address for the "\\server" part of it, but I Hopefully someone has an idea about this . I've tried connecting to the NAS without any other devices on appart from the laptop and NAS.

if your other pc with a shared folder is a vista pc, you can go to the network centre and uncheck "share using password" or whatever that is called on a Your mapped drive is now available under Computer. Go to Control Panel>Network and Internet>Network and Sharing Center> Advanced sharing settings.2. http://superuser.com/questions/806658/cannot-map-network-drives All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Webmail|my.GallaudetAbout GallaudetAdministrationCampus PhotosContact UsEmployment OpportunitiesFast FactsGiving to GallaudetMaps & DirectionsMission & GoalsMuseumSustainabilityUniversity CommunicationsVisitors CenterAdmissionsEnglish Language InstituteFinancial AidGraduate AdmissionsInternational AdmissionsProfessional StudiesUndergraduate AdmissionsAcademics &

After reading some forums, it seems that the problem does occur when a user name is changed. i try to connect to another pc using map network drive... JB reply February 22, 2008 - 11:31pm — Christopher (not verified) Mapping remote hard drive I'm trying to map a folder on my remote hard drive (F:/Music) to use it to As you will see for yourself, the procedure of creating a map drive in Windows is very simple.

Then click the "Map network drive" icon. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/13008-63-cannot-network-drive Also, is the new Windows 7 PC using the same WORKGROUP name as the other devices? I see you have everything on the same workgroup. reply September 21, 2007 - 3:07pm — Ciprian Disable the Firewall Try to temporarily disable the Windows Vista Firewall.

Terrance reply February 7, 2008 - 2:47pm — John Ring (not verified) Logging on to a mapped drive in Vista Hi, I must be doing somthing wrong. Otherwise you'll only see publicly available shares. In the User name field, type GALLAUDET\ then your username. How to import someone else's toolbox?

Have some fun with it... The Win 7 machines also have normal shares too (or at least I thought they did). I even put in the port for this device to run through. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-map/cannot-map-network-drive-vista.html About GallaudetAdministrationCampus PhotosClerc CenterContact UsEmployment OpportunitiesFast FactsMake an Online GiftMaps & DirectionsMedia InquiriesMuseumUniversity CommunicationsVisitors CenterAdmissionsEnglish Language InstituteFinancial AidGraduate AdmissionsGraduate OrientationInternational AdmissionsProfessional StudiesTest CenterUndergraduate AdmissionsAcademics & ResearchArchives/Deaf CollectionsCareer CenterCatalog & Course InfoGeneral

Right-click My Computer and select Map Network Drive. In the window that opens, choose an available letter from the Drive list. I installed a network driver for my device it worked fine a couple of times but then it started acting up so I deleted it and installed the driver again.

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While this is happening there is a green status bar that is slowly filling up on the address bar. I've tried turning off all software firewalls (Windows Firewall) on both computers attempting to connect, and I've tried a wired connection to the same router. reply November 23, 2007 - 12:57am — Anonymous (not verified) NetCenter Network mapping I know how to map the drive. I've got the folder (F:/Music) to a shared stage but I am unable to use this method to map it as a network drive.

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