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How to map c drive to network in Windows7?

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How to map c drive to network in Windows7?  I want to backup document and system. Thank you
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NET USE T: \\windows7machine\C$

Make sure you are the Windows 7 admin.
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Please stop posting blind links. They are now allowed here. Next time I will delete the link.
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You don't need to open the whole C:. Besides that, Windows 7 doesn't have "Documents and Settings". On that OS it is the "Users" directory. Just right click on "C:\users" and select "Share with", then click on "Advanced Sharing" and select the user accounts that are allowed to access the share.
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