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Posted on 2008-06-25
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I always map the network drive icm210 as my y:/ drive, but for some reason it says that the y drive is not accessible.  I can access icm210 fine if I go directly to it through the file explorer, but it wont let map it at all.
How can I fix this?
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Question by:chicagoproud
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by:ofkr
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How about you remove mapping and re map it again?

My computer > Tools > Map Network Drive
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by:chicagoproud
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I've tried that several time but I get an access is denied message.
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by:ofkr
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So I think, you don't have sufficient privilege to map the drive.
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by:chicagoproud
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how would I give access to someone to have the ability to map the drive?
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ofkr earned 125 total points
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Pls refer to this thread: it might be same as yours.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Windows_Networking/Q_22761007.html
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