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how to permanently remove network drive?

By utken ·
I recently upgrade my Win98 to Win 2000 Pro. Before, I have access to C (local), J (my network user drive) and K (public drive). After the upgrade, I now have an additional drive called H in My Computer! It's actually a duplicate of my J drive, onlywith different drive letter. I never created such drive and don't know where it came from and have to disconnect this network drive manually each time I start computer. Any idea of how I can permanently remove this drive?
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how to permanently remove network drive?

by peplik In reply to how to permanently remove ...

You may want to check your network user account properties. It sounds like the H: drive has been assigned as your home folder. This setting can be found on the profile tab.

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