|12 Feb 2012||#1|
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Connect to NAS drive via IP address?
I've just re-installed Windows 7 on my friend's computer. Previously, it was mapped to a network attached external drive in such a way that the IP address was shown for the NAS drive when you looked in Computer. I can't seem to make that happen now. When I go to Map Network Drive and put the IP address in on the folder line, Windows cannot find it. I've confirmed the IP address I am using is correct by looking on another computer in the network.
I am able to map it by browsing in Map Network Drive and finding the drive, but I'd like it to be like it was before, where it displays the IP address.
How do I make that happen?
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