Connecting to network drives
Users can connect to a network drive and to shared resources available on the network. This connection is shown as a network drive that users can access like any other drive on their systems.
NOTE When users connect to network drives, they’re subject not only to the permissions set for the shared resources, but also to Windows Server 2012 R2 file and folder permissions. Differences in these permission sets are usually the reason users might not be able to access a particular file or subfolder within the network drive.
- CHAPTER 14 Networking
- Installing Using a Network
- Network Configuration
- Configuring Wireless Networks
- Usenet Network Newsgroups
- Network Storage
- Using Network Configuration Tools
- Command-Line Network Interface Configuration
- Network Configuration Files
- Networking with TCP
- Advanced Wireless Networking
- Support for Wireless Networking in Fedora