Map? It's a Snap!
Ensure that the GeeDee network share is mapped as a “G:\” drive letter (ie. It does not start with a "\\") on ALL client machines. (Eg. \\Server\C\ is not a mapped drive.)
The path to the GeeDee data file share should be something like “GDData on … (G:\)”.
General Microsoft Support Information Link - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308582
To Map a Drive from the desktop on the computer that needs a G:\ Drive mapping, double click My Computer (or Click Start, click My Network Places, click Entire Network, and then double-click Microsoft Windows Network).
|1.||Make sure that the GeeDee Server is turned on.|
|2.||Double-click the domain that you want to open.|
|3.||Double-click the computer that has the shared GeeDee resource you want to map (Eg. \\GDData\). All the shared resources for that computer automatically appear in the window.|
|4.||Right-click the shared drive or folder (\\GDData\) that you want to map as G:\, and then click Map Network Drive.|
|5.||Click the drive letter G:\, and then specify that you want to reconnect every time that you log on to your computer.|
|7.||A window opens that displays the contents of the resource you mapped.|
|8.||Close this box using the cross and retry your icon again.|
|9.||Make sure that all users have read/write access to the whole drive where the data is located not just the specific folder where the data is sitting.|
|10.||Congratulations! You have now mapped a G:\ Drive to your workstation.|
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