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How do I map a Unix exported drive to my PC

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I have a Unix system with an exported directory.
I want to have my PC be able to map this directory, using "map a network drive"

Can this be done ?
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No, Use SAMBA on the Unix system instead.
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by:sluch
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Sorry I should have pulled this question as I realized I needed to use Samba.
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Annie,

somehow I feel I deserve the points, as answer was correct (as explicitly confirmed by poster)  ? But I'll leave it up to you.

;-) Sven
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