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Drive mapping - how to reassign


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I read a post about drive mapping, but my problem is a bit more complicated, so I'm sorry if this gets a bit wordy...

I recently bought a new computer (Windows7) which I use to connect to my work-place server from home using Citrix.

My folders at work are on the G: drive, but when I try to access them I'm told the drive is not ready.

There is a help desk at work and they say my computer must already have a drive mapped to G: and so it needs to be disconnected or re-assigned before I can access my remote G: drive.

Unfortunately, I cannot see a G: drive on my computer - only C: and D:

Also, when I look at my available drive letters, I can see that G is not available - so I assume it is being used on my PC for something (presuambly the little slots Micro, Mini xD etc next to my USB drives).

Can anyone help be assign a different letter to these drives?

 

Thanks, Humphrey

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Guest Humphrey

Wow. That solved it. Thanks.

Only trouble is... I might start bothering you with all my other niggly problems. lol

 

like, why Outlook keeps trying to send messages that don't exist...

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Wow. That solved it. Thanks.

Only trouble is... I might start bothering you with all my other niggly problems. lol

 

like, why Outlook keeps trying to send messages that don't exist...

 

Ok... Very odd. What are these emails? What are the subject lines and who are they. Being sent to? Can you see them in your sent items or outbox?

 

First thing I think of is you might have a virus....

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