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Assigning Network Drives

By dave.raj ·
On Windows 98, the F drive is reading the CDRom, but the F drive is the network drive, now how do I change this? Can someone please help?

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by Mackem In reply to Assigning Network Drives

Hi the answer to this on eis quite simple realy. Open the System properties from control panel and then click the Device Manager tab. Then click the +next to the Cd Rom. Highlight the CD-Rom and then properties. Go to the settings tab and look for the reserved drive letters. You can change the drive letter from here, just by assigning a free letter.
Hope this helps.

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by volovoy In reply to Assigning Network Drives

There are few ways. First one is : go to Device manager, click on your CD-ROM device, click Properies, click on settings tab. Near the bottom you can see Start drive letter & End drive letter. Change your current CD-ROM letter setting to any letter which is free after mapping network and search drives. Another way is (I am talking about Novell) to check in system login script user's name and make specific network drives assignments for this user.

Good luck
Alex

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