|31 Jul 2012||#1|
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How many shares can be mapped on a Windows machine?
I have 2 Window 7 machines which are configured as:
Machine1-Windows 7 (Server)
Machine2-Windows 7 (Client)
-> Machines are connected back2back. Firewall is disabled and ping is successful.
-> I have a 1TB HDD on server which have 100folders.
-> I have made sure I'm able to access the folders over network.
-> But I want to MAP the 100 folders on client machine and I'm not sure how this can be achieved on Windows.
-> what are the ways I can map these on client? Also how many shares can I have mapped on the client?
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