Establishing a Drive Mapping with Windows 95
Here are two basic methods for establishing a drive mapping under Windows 95: one method where you type in the network path, and one method where you browse the network to find the server, drive, and directory you want.
Both of these basic methods use Network Neighborhood. Note that some other programs, such as Windows Explorer, provide additional methods for establishing drive mappings.
Typing a Network Path
If you want to establish a drive mapping by typing in the network path, proceed as follows:
Browsing the Network
If you want to establish a drive mapping by browsing the network, proceed as follows:
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