Connect Network Drive
- Click Start, and then click Run .
- In the Open box, type cmd to open command line window.
- Type the following, replacing Z: with drive letter you want to assign to the shared resource: net use Z: \computer_nameshare_name /PERSISTENT:YES.
Access a shared folder or printer
- Search for Network , and click to open it.
- Select Search Active Directory at the top of the window; you may need to first select the Network tab on the upper left.
- From the drop-down menu next to “Find:”, select either Printers or Shared Folders.
Open Windows File Explorer, go to the Folders pane, and select Network. Select the computer that has the shared folders you want to browse. In older versions of Windows, open Entire Network and select Microsoft Windows Network to see shares.
To access a shared folder on Windows 10, use these steps:
- Open File Explorer.
- Right-click and paste the network path for the shared folder in the address bar and press Enter. Source: Windows Central.
- Confirm your account credentials (if applicable).
- Upload, download, or modify files as necessary.
How to view shared folders using Computer Management
- Open Start.
- Search for Computer Management and click the top result to open the experience.
- Expand the Shared Folders branch from the left pane.
- Click the Shares item.
- See all the folders currently shared on the network. All shared folders using Computer Management.
Add members and set access levels:
- On your computer, go to drive.google.com.
- At the left, click Shared drives and double-click one of your shared drives.
- At the top, click Manage members.
- Add names, email addresses, or a Google Group. New members must have a Google account. …
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- Click Send.
Make sure Network discovery is enabled on all computers. Make sure File and printer sharing is enabled on all computers. Toggle Turn on password protected sharing to off and retest. Make sure you are logging in using the same account you entered when you added users to Share with.
To access the Shared folder, simply open the Finder and select the Go menu, then select Go to folder… (or type command-shift-G). Then type /Users and hit return. You should be staring at the list of user folders on your Mac, with a Shared folder there as well.
Click Start, Run, type cmd, and press Enter . At the MS-DOS prompt, type net share and press Enter . Each of the shares, the location of the resource, and any remarks for that share are displayed.
In Windows XP, open the My Network Places window or choose My Network Places from the Address bar in any Windows Explorer, Open, or Save As dialog box. The list of shared folders for all computers on the network appears in the window. Just open the icon of the folder you want to use.