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Have a windows server 2008 r2.  Want to add a shared network drive to a NAS on the network so it will show up for everyone under their drives when they login the next time.  How do I do this?
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How do you get into the editor?  Do you right click somewhere?  I am in the group policy management windows right now.  Need to get to the editor.
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