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I have a small network in my office. Three units with one serving as the central location for “Shared Documents. All have Windows 7 operating system and Office 2013.
Configuration: AT& T router has a lead to “Server” and the “Server” and other 2 units have leads to the switch.  I have Shared the Data Drive (D:) to allow the other units access. When I go to one of the units I attempted to MAP the D: Data Drive, but receive error, That I don’t have permission to access “ JSBServer\Company Shared\”. I can see all three machines in the full network map.  My Public folder on my C:\Drive even shows the Company Shared folder.
1.      How do I remove the Company Shared from my C:\Drive?
2.      Set permission to access the D:\Data Drive (Company Shared)
3.      Do I need to MAP and Shared the D:\Drive?
4.      Give I have Local Connection and External Connection, should I assign Local IP address
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