Accessing Network Drives From Home

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Double click on File Explorer icon in lower left of screen. Right click on Computer (Windows 8) or This PC (Windows 10) – select Map network drive. the following instructions to set your default documents folder to be your H: network drive. Click the [Windows] button > choose "File Explorer. Where do shared folders go? Microsoft Windows allows files and folders to be shared on a network. Here are the steps for locating shared. NetDrive windows Archives

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How do I access network drives from home with my PC?

How do I access network drives from home using a Mac?

How do I modify netshares from home?

 

Windows Vista/Windows 7

The steps below are a one time set up to connect to network drives from off-campus on a Windows Vista or Windows 7 computer:

  1. Click on Start.
  2. Click on Computer.
  3. Click on Map Network Drive.
  4. Click on Connect to a Web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures, then click on the Next button.
  5. Click on Choose a custom network location, then click on the Next button.
  6. In the Internet or network address box, type https://webfiles.ccsu.edu (for faculty/staff) or https://myfiles.ccsu.edu (for students), then click on Next.
  7. Enter your BlueNet Account username and password.
  8. Type a descriptive name for the network place (for example "smithm" or "Mary Smith's Network Drive"). This name will become a shortcut to the netshare in the Computer window.
  9. Click on the Next button, then the Finish button.
  10. The netshare window will open and may prompt you to log in again. If it does, enter your BlueNet Account username and password, and the contents of the netshare will be displayed.

The next time you want to connect to the netshare, open Computer and double-click on the shortcut you created and log in.

See "How do I modify netshare files from home?" for detailed instructions.

Windows 8 or Windows 10

The steps below are a one-time set up to connect to netshares from off-campus on a Windows 8 or 10 computer:

  1. Click on Desktop.
  2. Double click on File Explorer icon in lower left of screen.
  3. Right click on Computer (Windows 8) or This PC (Windows 10) – select Map network drive.
  4. Click on Connect to a Web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures.
  5. Click on the Next button - click on Choose a custom network location, then click on the Next button.
  6. In the Internet or network address box, type:
    1. https://webfiles.ccsu.edu (for faculty/staff), then click on Next–or-
    2. https://myfiles.ccsu.edu (for students), then click on Next.
  7. On the Windows Security screen type your BlueNet Account username and password – press Enter.
  8. Type a descriptive name for the network place (for example "smithm" or "Mary Smith's Network Drive"). This name will become a shortcut to the netshare in the Computer window.
  9. Click on the Next button, then the Finish button.
  10. The netshare window will open and may prompt you to log in again. If it does, enter your BlueNet Account username and password, and the contents of the netshare will be displayed.

The next time you want to connect to the netshare, open Computer and double-click on the shortcut you created and log in.

 

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How do I access network drives from home using a Mac with OS X?

  1. Click on the Go menu, then Connect to Server.
  2. In the Server Address box, type https://webfiles.ccsu.edu (for faculty/staff) or https://myfiles.ccsu.edu (for students).
  3. Click on Connect. Enter your BlueNet Account username and password, then click on the OK button. Your netshare will open and also appear on the Desktop.

Once you connect to your netshare, all files that need to be modified should be copied from the netshare to the local machine for editing and then copied back to the netshare once the modifications have been made. This will prevent any information from being lost in case the network connection is broken.

See "How do I modify netshare files from home?" for detailed instructions.

 

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How do I modify netshare files from home?

Creating and saving a document once connected to your netshare

PC Users:

  1. Create a document in any application.
  2. Save the file locally to your C:, D:, or A: drive.
  3. Go to My Computer and access the drive containing the saved file.
  4. Right-click on the saved file and choose Copy.
  5. Open your netshare window, right-click inside the window and choose Paste.

Mac Users:

Save the file to the desktop and drag and drop it into your netshare window.

 

Editing an existing document once connected to your netshare

  1. Right-click on the document you wish to edit within your netshare window and choose Copy.
  2. Go to My Computer and access your local drive by double-clicking on it.
  3. Right-click in the window and choose Paste.
  4. Open the document from your local drive. Modify the document.
  5. After you have finished modifying the document save it to your local drive and close it.
  6. Go to My Computer, right-click on the document you modified and choose Copy.
  7. Go to your netshare and right-click on it, choose Paste.

 

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How to Set Default Document Folder Location in Windows

How to set default document folder location in Windows 10.

Warning!
On University computers running the Windows operating system, documents do not automatically save to your H: network drive. Instead, documents default to the C: drive, which is only stored locally (not backed up) on the computer.
Whenever you receive a new University computer running Windows, it is imperative that you follow the following instructions to set your default documents folder to be your H: network drive. Failure to do so could lead to you being unable to access saved files from another computer or losing data if your University computer malfunctions.

Windows 10

  1. Click the [Windows] button > choose "File Explorer."
  2. From the left side panel, right-click "Documents" > choose "Properties."
  3. Under the "Location" tab > type "H:\Docs"
  4. Click [Apply] > Click [No] when prompted to automatically move all files to the new location > Click [OK].
  5. If you believe you have documents saved in C:\Docs, you can go to that location and manually copy the files to your H:\ drive.

Windows 7

Note:

If you don't see a Documents folder under the Libraries folder, then click the small triangle next to "Libraries" in the left pane to expand the folder.

  1. Go to Windows Start > Open "Computer."
  2. Click the triangle next to "Documents."
  3. Right-click the "My Documents" folder.
  4. Click "Properties" > Select the "Location" tab.
  5. Type "H:\docs" in the bar > Click [Apply].
  6. A message box may ask you if you want to move the contents of the folder to the new folder. Click [No]. If you have files saved on your C: drive, you can move those manually.
  7. All files will now default save to your H: drive.

Note:
This setting is machine-specific. For faculty and staff, that means you only have to perform this once on your office computer. For students, this means that each time you log on to a new Windows University computer, you will have to change this setting unless another user has already done so.

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Share a folder, drive, or printer on the network in Windows


Verify that the sharing component is installed

To verify that File and Printer Sharing is on your computer (typically installed by default):

  1. Navigate to the Network and Sharing Center.
  2. Click .
  3. Right-click the local connection icon and select .
  4. In the area below "This connection uses the following items:", look for .
    • If this component is not available:
      1. Click . Select , and then click .
      2. Select , and then click .
      3. Click . If a dialog window appears telling you to restart your computer, do so.
    • If the component is available, make sure it is checked.

Share a folder, drive, or printer

Once File and Printer Sharing is installed, to share a folder or drive:

  1. Right-click the folder or drive you want to share.
  2. Click . From the tab, click .
  3. Click .
  4. In the appropriate fields, type the name of the share (as it appears to other computers), the maximum number of simultaneous users, and any comments that should appear beside it.
  5. If you would like to grant access to particular groups or individuals, click to add the appropriate groups or usernames.
  6. If you are using NTFS, check the permissions in the tab to ensure that they are properly set to allow access to the share. Because Security settings override Share permissions, it is possible for people on the Permissions list to be denied access to the share because they either are not specified or are denied specifically in the Security list.

    Note:

    FAT32 does not provide the same level of security as NTFS; if you're using FAT32, you will not see the tab.

  7. Click .

To share a printer:

  1. From the Control Panel, open .
  2. Right-click the printer you want to share. Click , and then select the tab.
  3. Check . Under , select a shared name to identify the printer. Click .

Access a shared folder or printer

To find and access a shared folder or printer:

  1. Search for , and click to open it.
  2. Select at the top of the window; you may need to first select the tab on the upper left.
  3. From the drop-down menu next to "Find:", select either or .
  4. You can now enter search terms in the appropriate fields to modify the search; to start the search, click . To search for shared printers and folders that match any criteria, click without entering any search terms.
  5. You will see a list of shared printers and folders that are available on the network. Double-click the item to which you want to connect.

If you know the exact name of the computer and the share, or the exact name of the printer, you can enter it directly:

  1. Navigate to a search field. Enter two backslashes, the name of the computer, another backslash, and then the name of the share or printer. For example, if the name of the computer is and the name of the share is , type: \\bl-iub-threepio.ads.iu.edu\r2d2
  2. Click .

If you need to repeatedly access a shared folder or network drive, you can map to it. Mapping creates a persistent link to the share, allowing you to double-click its icon in whenever you want access.

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Finding Shared Windows Folders

What to Know

  • To find a share, open File Explorer. Go to Network and expand by selecting the arrow.
  • Or double-click Network to see your share in the right pane.
  • You can also view shares in the Command Prompt by entering net share and pressing Enter.

This article explains how to find a shared folder in Windows. Instructions apply to Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7.

How to Find Shared Windows Folders

With Microsoft Windows, folders can be shared on a network so that desktops and laptops can access the files in these folders without physical access to the computer where the folders are stored. When a folder of documents or videos is shared, anyone with access can open, edit, save, and delete the files and folders if the permissions allow it.

The easiest way to find a list of network shared folders is to use File Explorer(Windows 10) or Windows Explorer (Windows 8 and Windows 7).

  1. Open Windows File Explorer, go to the Folders pane, and select Network.

  2. Select the computer that has the shared folders you want to browse. In older versions of Windows, open Entire Network and select Microsoft Windows Network to see shares.

  3. If shares are available, view them by either expanding the view by selecting the arrow in the left paneor by selecting the computer and viewing any shares in the right pane. If nothing appears, then nothing is shared. Folders that appear in this window are linked to the shared folders.

The folder contents are the same as on the shared computer. However, the folder paths may differ if the person who shared the data chose a unique share name. For example, the path MYPC\Files\with double backslashes points to the folder on the MYPC computer, but the actual folder path on that computer is C:\Backup\2018\Files\.

Use the Net Share Command

Use the net command to find the location of file shares, including administrative shares. In Command Prompt, enter the net share command to display the Share name that can be used to access the share plus the Resource, which is the share's true location.

Shares with a dollar sign ($) at the end of the name are the administrative shares, which should not be modified. The root of every hard drive, the print driver folder, and C:\Windows\ are shared by default as administrative shares. You can open administrative shares only through the name+$ syntax with admin credentials, such as MYPC\C$ or MYPC\ADMIN$.

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Windows file storage and network drives

Where are my files stored?

Most of your files should be kept on drive N:. This is a network drive i.e. files on this drive are stored on the home directory server, not on the hard disk of your Windows PC, and are backed up regularly. If you use Linux as well as Windows you will recognise drive N: as your Linux home directory.

Some users (mostly admin staff) have additional network drives O:, P: etc. - these are also stored on a Linux server and automatically backed up.

Remotely connecting to your N drive and your role drives

Files which do not need to be backed up may be kept on drive C: which is your PC's hard disk. This is the equivalent of scratch space for Linux users - the files will be lost if your machine suffers a hardware fault or has to be reinstalled.

Roaming Profiles and Folder Redirection

In a Microsoft Windows network environment you can either store a user's 'profile' on their local pc or on a remote pc. A profile is where all your settings are stored, Office settings, Internet Explorer settings etc. It is also where your 'My Documents' is along with any sub directories you may have within it. Basically, your profile is the part of the operating system that is controlled by you, it contains all the options you may choose to make your working environment individual and how you want it.

With local profile storing, all these settings are stored on the local hard disk. With roaming profiles, when you log off a Windows pc, your profile is copied onto a remote pc so that when you log in again, the profile is copied back (temporarily) allowing you to work. This means that you can log onto any Windows pc on the same network and your environment will look and feel the same whereever you work. If you used local profiles, each pc would hold its own separate copy of your settings etc, inevitably making each one different. Roaming profiles give you the flexibility to move around an establishment while retaining one setup.

In Maths we've used this idea of roaming profiles but tailored it to work with our existing facilities. Instead of copying your complete profile back and forwards every time you log on and off, we simply re-direct some parts of your profile to your N: drive. For example, My Documents is relocated to N:\private\My_Documents. This means that you can view any files within My Documents from a UNIX box if you should wish to as it's on your N: drive aka UNIX file space. It's also within your \private folder so only you can see these files.

The following folders are re-directed:

  • My Documents
  • My Pictures
  • Desktop
  • Favorites
  • Personal
  • Recent
  • Templates

Privacy

Important: if your account was not created with an folder, then one will be created for you the first time you log into a Windows machine, but it will not be created private.

To ensure that any files in your and folders are private, log into a Linux machine (via putty or WineX) and type the following:

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Map a Drive to a Windows File Share

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  1. Click Start, and then right-click Computer, and then click Map Network Drive.

In Windows 10, follow these steps:
1. Open File Explorerfrom the Start menu. (Alternatively, press the Windows logo key Windows logo key  + E.)
2. Select This PC, then, on the Computer tab, select Map network drive.
  1. Do the following:

    • In Drive, choose the drive letter you'd like to use.
    • In Folder, enter .
    • After you map a drive, your computer will reconnect to it each time you logon. If you don't want to connect to this share each time you logon, uncheck Reconnect at logon.
    • If you are not logged into the cornell.edu domain, then check Connect using different credentials, and when prompted, enter your NetID@cornell.edu and password, for example pqs665@cornell.edu.
      (See Note below to find out if you're logged into the domain.)
  2. Click Finish.

How do I know if I'm logged into the cornell.edu domain?  Windows 7: Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE, and then click Lock this computer. Under the words Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE to Unlock This Computer, you'll see your name and CORNELL\NetID, if you're logged in to the domain.

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How to Map a Network Drive in Windows 10

You can easily create a shortcut to another drive or folder shared on your network by mapping that location. When you map a network drive, it will show up as a new drive under This PC in File Explorer, so you can quickly access the shared files you need, just like you would your local hard drive. Here's how to make that network drive shortcut in Windows 10.

How to Map a Network Drive in Windows 10

1. Open File Explorer and select This PC.

2. Click the Map network drive drop-down in the ribbon menu at the top, then select "Map network drive." (This is under the Computer tab, which should open automatically when you go to This PC, as above.)

3. Select the drive letter you want to use for the network folder, then hit Browse.

4. If you receive an error message, then you'll need to turn on network discovery. To do so, open the Control Panel, select Network and Sharing Center and choose Change advanced sharing settings from the top-left corner. From there, select Turn on network discovery. Save changes.

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choose network folder

5. Navigate to the folder you want to map and hit OK after selecting it.

6. Confirm your selection and click Finish. You can choose to reconnect to the folder every time you sign in so it's always available. You can even use a different user account to connect to the folder if needed.

7. When you're done, you should see the new drive letter under This PC and will be able to access its contents like you would any other folder. If you want to disconnect the network drive, right-click on it and select Disconnect.

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How to Map a Network Drive in Windows 10

You can easily create a shortcut to another drive or folder shared on your network by mapping that location. When you map a network drive, it will show up as a new drive under This PC in File Explorer, NetDrive windows Archives, so you can quickly access the shared files you need, just like you would your local hard drive. Here's how to make that network drive shortcut in Windows 10.

How to Map a Network Drive in Windows 10

1, NetDrive windows Archives. Open File Explorer and select This PC.

2. Click the Map network drive drop-down in the ribbon menu at the top, then select "Map network drive." (This is under the Computer tab, which should open automatically when you go to This PC, as above.)

3. Select the drive letter you want to use for the network folder, then hit Browse.

4. If you receive an error message, then you'll need to turn on network discovery. To do so, NetDrive windows Archives, open the Control Panel, select Network and Sharing Center and choose Change advanced sharing settings from the top-left corner. From there, select Turn on network discovery. Save changes.

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choose network folder

5. Navigate to the folder you want to map and hit OK after selecting it.

6. Confirm your selection and click Finish. You can choose to reconnect to the folder every time you sign in NetDrive windows Archives it's always available, NetDrive windows Archives. You can even use a different user account to connect to the folder if needed.

7. NetDrive windows Archives you're done, you should see the new drive letter under This PC and will be able to access its contents like you would any other folder. If you want to disconnect the network drive, NetDrive windows Archives, right-click on it and select Disconnect.

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Finding Shared Windows Folders

What to Know

  • To find a share, open File Explorer, NetDrive windows Archives. Go to Network and expand by selecting the arrow.
  • Or double-click Network to see your share in the right pane.
  • You can also view shares in the Command Prompt by entering net share and NetDrive windows Archives Enter.

This article explains how to find a shared folder in Windows. Instructions apply to Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7.

How to Find Shared Windows Folders

With Microsoft Windows, folders can be shared on a network so that desktops and laptops can access the files in these folders without physical access to the computer where the folders are stored. When a folder of documents or videos is shared, NetDrive windows Archives, anyone with access can open, edit, save, and delete the files and folders if the permissions allow it, NetDrive windows Archives.

The easiest way to find a list of network shared folders is to use File Explorer(Windows 10) or Windows Explorer (Windows 8 and Windows 7).

  1. Open Windows File Explorer, go to the Folders pane, and select Network.

  2. Select the computer that has the shared folders you want to browse. In older versions of Windows, open Entire Network and select Microsoft Windows Network to see shares.

  3. If shares are available, NetDrive windows Archives, view them by either expanding the view by selecting the arrow in the left paneor by selecting the computer and viewing any shares in the right pane, NetDrive windows Archives. If nothing appears, then nothing is shared, NetDrive windows Archives. Folders that appear in this window are linked to the shared folders.

The folder contents are the same as on the shared computer. However, NetDrive windows Archives, the folder paths may differ if the person who shared the data chose a unique share name. For example, NetDrive windows Archives, the path MYPC\Files\with double backslashes points to the folder on the MYPC computer, but the actual folder path on that computer is C:\Backup\2018\Files\.

Use the Net Share Command

Use the net command to find the location of file shares, including administrative shares. In Command Prompt, enter the net share command to display the Share name that can be used to access the share plus the Resource, NetDrive windows Archives, which is the share's true location.

Shares with a dollar sign ($) at the end of the name are the administrative shares, which should not be modified. The root of every hard drive, the print driver folder, and C:\Windows\ are shared by default as administrative shares. You can open administrative shares only through the name+$ syntax with admin credentials, such as MYPC\C$ or MYPC\ADMIN$.

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Windows file storage and network drives

Where are my files stored?

Most of your files should be kept on drive N:. This is a network drive i.e. files on this drive are stored on the home directory server, not on the hard disk of your Windows PC, and are backed up regularly. If you use Linux as well as Windows you will recognise drive N: as your Linux home directory.

Some users (mostly admin staff) have additional network drives O:, P: etc. - these are also stored on a Linux server and automatically backed up.

Remotely connecting to your N drive and your role drives

Files which do not need to be backed up may be kept on drive C: which is your PC's hard disk, NetDrive windows Archives. This is the equivalent of scratch space for Linux users - the files will be lost if your machine suffers a hardware fault or NetDrive windows Archives to be reinstalled.

Roaming Profiles and Folder Redirection

In a Microsoft Windows network environment you can either store a user's 'profile' on their local pc or on a remote pc. A profile is where all your settings are stored, NetDrive windows Archives, Office settings, NetDrive windows Archives, Internet Explorer settings etc. It is also where your 'My Documents' is along with any sub directories you may have within it, NetDrive windows Archives. Basically, your profile is the part of the operating system that is controlled by you, it contains all the options you may choose to make your working environment individual and how you want it.

With local profile storing, all these settings are stored on the local hard disk. With roaming profiles, NetDrive windows Archives, when you log NetDrive windows Archives a Windows pc, your profile is copied onto NetDrive windows Archives remote pc so that when you log in again, NetDrive windows Archives, the profile is copied back (temporarily) allowing you to work. This means that you can log onto any Windows pc on the same network and your environment will look and feel the same whereever you work. If you used local profiles, each pc would hold its own separate copy of your settings etc, inevitably making each one different. Roaming profiles give you the flexibility to move around an establishment while retaining one setup.

In Maths we've used this idea of roaming profiles but tailored it to work with our existing facilities. Instead of copying your complete profile back and forwards every time you log on and off, we simply re-direct some parts of your profile to your N: drive. For example, My Documents is relocated to N:\private\My_Documents. This means that you can view any files within My Documents from a UNIX box if you should wish to as it's on your N: drive aka UNIX file space. It's also within your \private folder so only you can see these files.

The following folders are re-directed:

  • My Documents
  • My Pictures
  • Desktop
  • Favorites
  • Personal
  • Recent
  • Templates

Privacy

Important: if your account was not created with an folder, then one will be 3D World Map v1.20 crack serial keygen for you the first time you log into a Windows machine, NetDrive windows Archives, but it will not be created private.

To ensure that any files in your NetDrive windows Archives and folders are private, log into a Linux machine (via putty or WineX) and type the following:

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Set up a drive for File History

Before you start using File History to back up your files, you need to first select where your backups are saved. You NetDrive windows Archives select an externally connected drive, NetDrive windows Archives, such as a USB drive, NetDrive windows Archives, or you can save to a drive on a network. There are other choices, but these two provide the best options to help protect your files against a crash or other PC problems.

File History only backs up copies of files that are in the Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos, NetDrive windows Archives, and Desktop folders and the OneDrive files available offline on your PC, NetDrive windows Archives. If you have files or folders elsewhere that you want backed up, you can add them to one of these folders.

If you're going to use a new external drive, connect it to your PC. If you see a notification asking if you want to configure the drive for File History, select it, and then turn on File History on the screen the appears.


Otherwise, follow these steps to choose either a network drive or an external drive that’s already connected to your PC.

  1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search, NetDrive windows Archives. (If you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Search.)

  2. Enter File History settings in the NetDrive windows Archives box, and then select File History settings.

  3. Select Select a drive, and choose the network or external drive you want to use.

  4. Turn on File History.

Note: If the network drive you want isn’t in the list of available drives, select Show all network locations. If the drive you want isn’t listed there either, open File History in Control Panel, select Add a network location, and follow the instructions on the screen.

Restore files or folders using File History

File History regularly backs up versions of your files in the Documents, NetDrive windows Archives, Music, Pictures, NetDrive windows Archives, Videos, and Desktop folders and the OneDrive files available offline on your PC, NetDrive windows Archives. Over time, you'll have a complete history of your files. If the originals are lost, NetDrive windows Archives, damaged, or deleted, you can restore them. You can also browse and restore different versions of your files. For example, if you want to restore an older version of a file (even if it wasn't deleted or lost), you can browse through a timeline, NetDrive windows Archives, select the version you want, and restore it.

Follow these steps to restore files or folders using File History.

  1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Search (or if you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Search), enter restore your files in the search box, and then select Restore your files with File History.

  2. Enter the name of file you're looking for in the search box, or NetDrive windows Archives the left and right arrows to browse through different versions of your folders and files.

  3. Select what you want to restore to its original location, and then select the Restore button.

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  • FIXED: Google Cloud Storage authentication issue.
  • FIXED: OneDrive for Business. Refresh token expiration issue.
  • FIXED: NetDrive windows Archives when you pause and resume uploading files. Now NetDrive will report error when you pause file uploading.
  • FIXED: Issue which caused high CPU load when you use NetDrive on virtual machines
  • FIXED: WebDAV issue which happens when you use a slash at the end of server URI

2.6.15 (2017-04-18)

  • FIXED: OneDrive for Business. Refresh token expiration issue.
  • FIXED: File corruption issue when editing files on the NetDrive windows Archives. Fixes issue of PDF editing using Adobe Acrobat.
  • FIXED: Amazon Drive, NetDrive windows Archives. Changed saving location of GetChanges checkpoint, NetDrive windows Archives. Checkpoint now works on Remote Sessions.
  • UPDATED: Certificate Authority DB (Let's Encrypt)

2.6.14 (2017-03-27)

  • FIXED: Sporadically occurred BSOD during file closing.
  • FIXED: Opening images through MS's Photos built-in app didn't work on Windows 10.
  • FIXED: Saving a file in Word 2013 sometimes failed.
  • FIXED: Compatibility issue when previous version of file system driver also installed.
  • FIXED: SFTP. Path handling issue on some SFTP server.
  • NOTE: Please ignore security warning from Windows Smart Screen. Recently we renewed code-signing certificates.

2.6.13 NetDrive windows Archives Google Drive. You can now use your own Google Drive API client id and secret key when accessing Google Drive. If you experiences frequent errors and delays please use your own API client id and secret key. Follow the instructions NetDrive windows Archives our support site.
  • CHANGED: Amazon Drive drive size set to used bytes plus 100 TB
  • FIXED: Bug in WebDAV when handling HTTP error messages
  • FIXED: OneDrive for Business issue which causes connection error and forceful logout every 14 days
  • FIXED: Improved security in NetDrive system service (nd2svc)

  • 2.6.12 (2016-09-24)

    • libcurl updated to improve speed on some network devices
    • FIXED: OneDrive shared folder listing
    • FIXED: Hubic reauthentication when auth expired
    • FIXED: Amazon Drive issue with file listing
    • CHANGED: Amazon Drive now limits number of getChanges call

    2.6.11 (2016-08-22)

    • FIXED: Amazone Drive Large file issue (>9GB)
    • FIXED: Google Drive issue in renaming file with same name but using different case
    • FIXED: S3 issue with listing folders with spaces in their name
    • FIXED: Issues which occur irregularly when unmounting drives
    • UPDATED: OneDrive API updated

    2.6.10 (2016-07-18)

    • FIXED: Issue with files without 'name' field in response (Amazon Drive)
    • FIXED: Bug on file size when file is truncated
    • FIXED: Issue when file name has trailing slash (FTP)
    • FIXED: Bug on handling checkpoint of changes (Amazon Drive)
    • IMPROVED: Filesystem stability when handling incorrect response from server
    • ADDED: Support diffie-hellman-group-exchange-sha256 (SFTP)
    • CHANGED: Amazon Cloud Drive has changed name to Amazon Drive

    2.6.9 (2016-05-25)

    • Amazon Cloud Drive: Handle improper 401 Unauthorized response from Amazon Cloud Drive server. You need to update if you recently experienced unstable file operation with Amazon Cloud Drive.
    • WebDAV: Improved Move operation
    • FTP: Now supports implicit 4 Card Video Keno 2.0 crack serial keygen Improved error handling with wrong regions
    • Swift, Hubic: Extended timeout to 60 seconds per operation

    2.6.8 (2016-05-09)

    • Common: Extended default time to 60 seconds when read files from remote server
    • Common: Fixed issue with read failure when creating writable cache
    • Common: Log process id when the process has NetDrive windows Archives name
    • WebDAV: Option added to use server time
    • WebDAV: Option added to force UTF-8 encoding
    • WebDAV: Skip files and folders with non-OK response
    • WebDAV: Fixed issue with move operation when root path exists
    • FTP: Option added to use server time
    • FTP: Fixed issue when creating folder
    • Amazon Cloud Drive: Fixed issue with backoff algorithm which causes crash on heavy load
    • OneDrive: Use email when there is no user name

    2.6.7 (2016-04-07)

    • Common: Local drive mount as non-removable type
    • Common: Fixed issue with date and time handling
    • Google Drive: Fixed listing issue when there is more than 200 files/folders
    • FTP: Added support for VxWorks FTP Server
    • WebDAV: Fixed issue with international characters
    • WebDAV: Improved Move operation
    • Amazon Cloud Drive: Fixed initial loading issue when there are large number of files
    • Ucloudbiz: New drive type added

    2.6.6 (2016-03-24)

    • Common: Improved transfer speed Code Vein 2020 Archives with some network interface card
    • Common: Improved cache handling (Some fixes included)
    • Common: Fixed issue of unnecessary file uploads when moving files
    • Common: Fixed issue when moving files to root directory (Cloud services)
    • Common: MS Office temporary files will be ignored
    • WebDAV, FTP, SFTP: Added option to use server timestamp
    • WebDAV: Fixed issue with HTTP error 417
    • WebDAV: Improved exception handling for auth
    • FTP, FTPS: Fixed issue with vsftpd when using chroot option
    • Google Drive: Fixed issues with percent symbol in file name
    • Google NetDrive windows Archives Added back-off algorithm when rate limit exceeded
    • Google Drive: Fixed issue with continuous read attempts
    • OneDrive for Business: NetDrive windows Archives updated to v2.0
    • OneDrive: Extended timeout for listing files
    • Amazon Cloud Drive: Fixed issue on slow startup
    • Amazon Cloud Drive: Extended timeout for listing files
    • Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Cloud Drive, S3, Swift and Hubic: changed not to cache files when copying files using Windows Explorer
    • Swift: Refresh auth token before expiration
    • Hubic: Fixed issues caused by slow server response
    • Crashplan client will not work with this version

    2.6.5 (2016-01-20)

    • ADDED: MS Office MIME type support for Google Drive
    • ADDED: Debug log for cache settings
    • FIXED: Unmount issue on Windows 10
    • FIXED: Issue with handling files on Amazon Cloud Drive
    • FIXED: Issue when uploading files which removed on server but remains in local cache
    • FIXED: Issue with trial version which expires prematurely before 30days passed
    • FIXED: Setup issue with earlier version of Windows
    • NOTE: You can quit currently running NetDrive from tray menu. Right click on NetDrive icon and select quit.

    2.6.4 (2015-12-23)

    • FIXED (Amazon Cloud Drive): Issue with listing folders after uploading files
    • FIXED: Issue with handling temp file of MS Office
    • NOTE: For Amazon Cloud Drive users: Please update to this version, NetDrive windows Archives. As we noted before previous versions of NetDrive including 2.6.2 will stop working with Amazon Cloud Drive.
    • NOTE: If you have problem updating NetDrive, please uninstall and install again, NetDrive windows Archives. Some users have problems while updating NetDrive.
    • NOTE: You can quit currently running NetDrive from tray menu. Right click on NetDrive icon and select quit.:

    2.6.3 (2015-12-20)

    • FIXED (Amazon Cloud Drive): Reduced 302 Redirect Traffics
    • FIXED (Amazon Cloud Drive): Use changes API when browsing folders
    • FIXED: Daylight saving time issues
    • FIXED: Clear cache folder when starting NetDrive
    • FIXED: Abnormal Termination of NetDrive when shutting down or rebooting Windows
    • ADDED: Support mounting cloud service from command line executable nd2cms.exe
    • NOTE: For Amazon Cloud Drive users: Please update to this version. As we noted before previous versions of NetDrive including 2.6.2 will stop working with Amazon Cloud Drive.
    • NOTE: If you have problem updating NetDrive, please uninstall and install again. Some users have problems while updating NetDrive.
    • NOTE: You can quit currently running NetDrive devil may cry 5 download crack Archives tray menu, NetDrive windows Archives. Right click on NetDrive icon and select quit.:

    2.6.2 (2015-11-09)

    • NOTE: You should upgrade to this version if you use Amazon Cloud Drive. NetDrive windows Archives version includes fix for handling large file download. After a week or so previous versions of NetDrive will be blocked from Amazon.
    • ADDED: Set proper mime-type when uploading files to S3
    • FIXED: Fixed error when downloading large files (>3GB) from Amazon Cloud Drive
    • FIXED: Improved stability when appending data to existing files
    • FIXED: Minor bugs

    2.6.1 (2015-09-29)

    • FIXED: Issue with writing files on remote storage (especially with MS Office)
    • FIXED: Issue with file name encoding on Dropbox
    • CHANGED: GCS, S3 now reports free space as 10 TB
    • KNOWN ISSUE: Drive item name with slash character causes mount failure.

    2.6.0 (2015-09-09)

    • CHANGE: Amazon Cloud Drive timeout extended to 60 seconds
    • FIXED: Issue with Windows 10 (Please give us feedback if you use Windows 10)
    • FIXED: Issue with Windows XP (nd2svc not started)
    • FIXED: Prevent deleting drive item while it is being connected
    • FIXED: Convert file time to local time
    • FIXED: Issue with handling xlsx files
    • FIXED: Error occurs while logoff NetDrive windows Archives shutdown in some windows machine
    • FIXED: Issue with Dropbox file rename / move
    • FIXED: Issue with file time setting (FTP, WebDAV)

    2.5.8 (2015-07-24)

    • SECURITY UPDATE: OpenSSL DLLs updated to 1.0.2d, NetDrive windows Archives. Please refer to https://www.openssl.org/news/vulnerabilities.html
    • FIXED: Bug in cache management. This issue causes error when reading files right after writing files to server
    • FIXED: Improved SSL thread-safety with parallel file transfer
    • FIXED:(OneDrive) Issue when rename/move files and move directories
    • FIXED:(OneDrive for Business) Issue when rename/move files and move directories
    • FIXED:(Amazon Cloud Drive) NetDrive windows Archives when rename/move files and move directories
    • ADDED: (Amazon Cloud Drive) Back off algorithm added

    2.5.7 update 1 (2015-07-11)

    • FIXED: Issue with Windows XP/Vista when starting NetDrive
    • FIXED: WebDAV issue with parsing and converting last modified time

    2.5.7 (2015-07-06)

    • FIXED: Lower case file name Issue with Google Drive when moving files with F6
    • FIXED: issue with handling i18n file names (causes NetDrive to crash)
    • FIXED: Issue of invisible mounted drive from Windows Explorer
    • FIXED: WebDAV issue with unicode user name
    • FIXED: WebDAV issue with handling time zone
    • FIXED: WebDAV now supports NTLM auth
    • FIXED: NetDrive windows Archives with FTP charset handling
    • FIXED: Issue with Auth dialog on Windows XP
    • FIXED: Issue when canceling OAuth
    • FIXED: Issue with unmount failure
    • FIXED: Change to ignore case-sensitivity
    • FIXED: Skip file/folder names with invalid encoding

    2.5.5 update 1 (2015-06-18)

    • FIXED: Move file with new file name did not work correctly
    • FIXED: FTP/SFTP/FTPS. Prevent creating files in read-only folder.
    • FIXED: SFTP. Display file time in local time rather than UTC
    • FIXED: Dropbox, NetDrive windows Archives. There was a bug when moving files between folders.
    • FIXED: Amazon Cloud Drive. Handling HTTP 409 Conflict with files with same name.
    • FIXED: S3. Listing more than 1000 files.
    • FIXED: Google Cloud Storage project_id handling
    • FIXED: Issue displaying alert dialog 'Please enter only numbers'
    • ADDED: Clear cache when NetDrive crashes or quit without cleanup
    • ADDED: Now you can change log level without reboot
    • (Update1) FIXED: FTP. Timestamp issue
    • If you installed 2.5.5 build 149 and use FTP, update to this version
    • You can quit currently running NetDrive from Windows tray

    2.5.5 (2015-06-17)

    • FIXED: Move file with new file name did not work correctly
    • FIXED: FTP/SFTP/FTPS. Prevent creating files in 1999 The World Book Encyclopedia crack serial keygen folder.
    • FIXED: SFTP, NetDrive windows Archives. Display file time in local time rather than UTC
    • FIXED: Dropbox. There was a bug when moving files between folders.
    • FIXED: Amazon Cloud Drive. Handling HTTP 409 Conflict with files with same name
    • FIXED: S3. Listing NetDrive windows Archives than 1000 files.
    • FIXED: Google Cloud Storage project_id handling
    • FIXED: Issue displaying alert dialog 'Please enter only numbers'
    • ADDED: Clear cache when NetDrive crashes or quit without cleanup
    • ADDED: Now you can change log level without reboot

    2.5.4 (2015-06-05)

    • ADDED: Windows Firewall exception
    • ADDED: Build number in About panel
    • FIXED: Google Drive file listing issue with files shared with me
    • FIXED: WebDAV Issue when connect with no password
    • FIXED: Removed speed limit of AirDrive in trial version
    • FIXED: Error handling when upload fails (caused freezing)
    • FIXED: File timestamp issue when creating new file
    • FIXED: Issue with backup using Crashplan
    • FIXED: SSL handshaking
    • FIXED: Issue with pending authentication dialog
    • FIXED: OneDrive for Business. Issue with listing more than 200 files.
    • FIXED: FTP/SFTP/FTPS handling special characters in file/folder name

    2.5.3 (2015-05-22)

    • FIXED: WebDAV issue with file name handling
    • FIXED: WebDAV timestamp handling
    • FIXED: SFTP Issue encoding characters with diacritic
    • FIXED: Installation issue with Vista/Windows 7 VirtualStore
    • FIXED: Issue with cache when there is less than specified cache space
    • FIXED: Issue with cache folder which having non-alphanumeric characters
    • FIXED: Issue when handling files with same full path on different drives
    • FIXED: Issue with anti-virus softwares when uploading
    • ADDED: Log rotation (max. 2 NetDrive windows Archives each 10MB)
    • ADDED: Preserve file timestamp when using FTP server which supports MFMT command
    • ADDED: More debug info when mounting drives
    • CHANGED: Download buffer size increased to 512K
    • SDK: Client id and redirect_url can be set to OneDrive for Business

    2.5.2 (2015-05-12)

    • NEW: SFTP now support proxy
    • FIXED: WebDAV Issue with mydrive.ch
    • FiXED: WebDAV Issue with t-online.de
    • FIXED: WebDAV Issue with BarracudaDrive
    • FIXED: WebDAV Issue when listing files on some WebDAV server
    • FIXED: NetDrive windows Archives Issue with URL encoding (ownCloud)
    • FIXED: FTP Issue with proxy
    • FIXED: Issue with shutting down NetDrive
    • FIXED: Character encoding problem
    • FIXED: Minor issues
    • NOTE: If you experience crash after upgrading to 2.5.x, please stick to previous version 2.4.4 until we release a fix

    2.5.1 (2015-05-04)

    • FIXED: Issue with uploading over HTTPS (WebDAV, NetDrive windows Archives, Google Drive)
    • FIXED: Issue when updating NetDrive while executing previous version
    • NEW: (v2.5.0) Improved speed and stability!
    • NEW: (v2.5.0) Support for Amazon Cloud Drive (Unlimited Storage for $59.99/year)
    • NEW: (v2.5.0) Support for Google Cloud Storage
    • NOTE: (v2.5.0) You will need to re-authenticate some cloud services if you are using previous version of NetDrive

    2.5.0 (2015-04-30)

    • Improved speed and stability!
    • NEW: Support for Amazon Cloud Drive (Unlimited Storage for $59.99/year)
    • NEW: Support for Google Cloud Storage
    • CHANGED: Supports all S3 regions (Upload size limited to 5GB)
    • FIXED: timestamp issue with Dropbox
    • FIXED: Improved support for editing with Notepad++
    • NOTE: You will need to re-authenticate some cloud services if you are using previous version of NetDrive

    2.4.4 (2015-04-02)

    • NEW: Now you can double click to open google docs
    • NEW: Drive info per user account (Requires clean install)
    • NEW: License can be specified with /LICENSE=
    • NEW: Silent Install Mode with /S
    • FIXED: Google Drive timestamp issue

    2.4.3 (2015-03-11)

    • NEW: Support for OneDrive for Business (Office 365)
    • NEW: Support for Hubic (25GB storage for free)
    • NEW: Logging added (error/debug)
    • FIXED: nd2mounter.exe error when using Dropbox
    • FIXED: Minor bugs

    2.4.2 (2015-01-28)

    • FIXED: Issue with SFTP which causes file corruption

    2.4.1 (2015-01-23)

    • Network Security Enhancements (POODLE attack)
    • FIXED: Issue with SFTP connection
    • FIXED: Issue with SSL authentication
    • Added HTTP User-Agent header

    2.4.0 (2014-12-20)

    • NEW: Improved local cache management
    • NEW: Dutch and Spanish translation
    • NEW: AirDrive support (You can download it from Google Play Store)
    • FIXED: Issue with Windows XP SP3 (wxbase30u_vc90.dll error)
    • FIXED: FTP issue when FTP URL includes path
    • FIXED: Issue with 'disconnected drive' when user has no admin privilege
    • FIXED: FTP stability improved
    • FIXED: Issue with configuration import from NetDrive 1.x

    2.3.2 (2014-10-17)

    • FIXED: Issue with uploading large file to FTP drive

    2.3.1 (2014-09-30)

    • NEW: Proxy support for FTP and WebDAV
    • CHANGED: Read-ahead cache improved
    • CHANGED: FTP/SFTP list loading speed improved
    • FIXED: Issue on 'Disconnected Drive'
    • FIXED: Dropbox connection problem
    • FIXED: Issue on renaming files
    • FIXED: Issue on deleting files

    2.3.0 (2014-08-18)

    • NEW: Play video files on remote NAS
    • NEW: Improved caches with pre-fetch
    • NEW: Symlink support on SFTP/FTP
    • FIXED: Dokan mount prevents 'javaw.exe' from running
    • FIXED: net use command now works on SFTP connection
    • FIXED: Many small bug fixes

    2.2.0 (2014-06-27)

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    • Major update on FTP/SFTP connection
    • Added active mode support on FTP
    • Fixed issue with Google Drive MIME types when uploading to Google Drive (MIME type setting not supported by Google when renaming files)
    • Fixed issue with folder rename/move on S3
    • Fixed issue with Google Drive not displaying files more than 100 files
    • Fixed issue with SSH private key
    • Fixed minor NetDrive windows Archives (2014-05-28)
      • Fixed NetDrive windows Archives bugs
      • Fixed occasional 'Mount error'

      2.1.3 (2014-05-23)

      • Fixed WebDAV over SSL NetDrive windows Archives bug of version 2.1.1
      • Fixed create folder bug on ftp connections

      2.1.1 (2014-05-22)

      • Fixed create folder bug on ftp connections
      • Fixed file copy(upload) bug to network drives

      2.1.0 (2014-05-03)

      • New 30-day license policy for trial version
      • Added new drive icons in Windows Explorer
      • Added network drive type
      • Added auto login for Google Drive and OneDrive
      • Added SFTP option for system root or user's home
      • Added drive import from NetDrive 1.x configuration
      • Fixed Google Drive disconnection bug
      • Fixed S3 connection problem
      • Fixed file upload bug on Google Drive and OneDrive
      • Fixed minor bugs

      2.0.9 (2014-03-14)

      • Added WebDAV support for IIS
      • Fixed file time stamp on FTP connections
      • Fixed minor bugs

      2.0.8 (2014-03-07)

      • Added international character set support on Windows account name
      • Added check for updates option
      • Fixed file and folder name bug on lower/upper case letters
      • Disabled Dropbox drive type NetDrive windows Archives for new integration
      • Minor bug fixes

      2.0.7 (2014-02-26)

      • Support SFTP
      • Fixed explorer hanging on ftp connections
      • Added change log in about tab
      • Fixed a problem of disconnecting via nd2cmd.exe

      2.0.6 (2014-02-21)

      • Improved performance of FTP network drives
      • Fixed copy-and-paste bug in network drives
      • Fixed "insufficient system resources" error

      2.0.5 (2014-02-17)

      • Fixed a folder icon bug on FTP connections
      • Improved mount/unmount spped

      2.0.4 (2014-02-14)

      • Fixed: Folders are shown up as a file on some FTP connection
      • Fixed: Fail to get list on some FTP connection
      • Support Digest Authentication on WebDAV

      2.0.2 (2014-02-05)


      2.0.1 (2014-02-04)


      2.0.0 (2014-02-03)

      • New version of NetDrive released

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