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Chapter 18. Networking (for Those Corpor... > Mapping a Network Drive to Your Comp... - Pg. 170

Networking (for Those Corporate Types) 170 Fortunately, Windows has tools to help you track down network resources and manage them. The most basic tool is the Network Neighborhood or My Network Places. When you click the Network Neighborhood icon or the My Network Places icon on the Windows desktop, a window displays icons for all the computers that are on the network. You then can browse the shared resources on that computer just as if they were on your computer. Figure 18.4 shows drive C on a network com- puter as viewed from another computer on the network.