troubleshooting Question

How do I see my local drive on Windows 2000 network server?

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Windows Server 2003Remote AccessMicrosoft Server OS
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I'm trying to install some software from my local CDRom on to a Windows server 2003 via remote desktop. I want to be able to see my local CD-ROM drive on this server. How is this done?

I've attached a screenshot to show you how this was setup before by someone else.  The screenshot is of Windows 2003 server with my A: and D: drive shown.  Please tell me how I can do this.

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