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Chapter 7. Advanced File Management Tech... > Using Explorer with Shared Resources...

Using Explorer with Shared Resources on a Network

Windows Explorer lets you view and manage files and folders across a network, provided you have a working network connection and sufficient permissions. Use Network Neighborhood to view all available network resources or to map shared resources to drive letters to make them easier to work with. If you know the exact name of the shared resource, you can enter it directly into any Windows common dialog box.

Using Network Neighborhood to View Shared Resources

Icons for other computers, including Windows workstations and network servers, appear in Network Neighborhood. You'll typically see some or all of the following icon types when you open Network Neighborhood:


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