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  • Started 3 years ago by owen123
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owen123
Posts: 800

Hello,

Here is the situation:

At My school, I have a login, which logs me on to an account, then my documents are stored on a network drive. I can either access the account / drive, in school, via remote access or via a new VLE (Virtual Learning Environment). On the VLE my documents are on the following path: \\VLE\2010\8398. Is there any way that I can map my documents as a network drive at home, even if I have to have remote access open etc.

Let Me know if there is any more information you need.

Owen.

Also: another way of putting it:

How can I map a network drive, where the drive is stored in a remote access window (I can do it vice versa).

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ProstheticHead
Posts: 3281

Sounds like you would need to have access to your School's VLAN? Seems unlikely they would allow it, but no harm in asking.

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