Fix for Mounting As A Drive In Windows
By on September 11th, 2008

Quite sometime back we had written a popular post on how to mount in Windows, though the trick worked pretty nicely, the access was restricted after some time, making it impossible to load as a drive.

There is a simple fix for the problem though and you can once again mount as a network drive in Windows.

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Before you can mount your drive in Windows just download and install a Software Update for Web Folders from Microsoft. Once you have done that, visit the tutorial to mount as a folder and follow the instructions given there. This tutorial is exactly similar for both Windows XP and , except that the screenshots may look a bit different.

So go ahead and add that additional space to your desktop.

Thanks for the tip Sam and Sandeep.

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