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How do I remap a network drive on the server to a different cpu across a different domain?

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I am using SBS 2003 and have all the cpu's on a seperate domain.  I didn't set this up, thats just the way it was done.  Everyone is using xp pro, 6 cpus or so, and everyone can connect to the server through mapped networked drives and providing their individual server login and password.  One of these mapped network drives have become non-working and give an error message.
 How do I remap a network drive on the server to a different cpu across a different domain?
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