Guest Humphrey Posted May 12, 2011 Report Share Posted May 12, 2011 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 etc next to my USB drives). Can anyone help be assign a different letter to these drives? Thanks, Humphrey Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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