Jun 14, 2016 · I'm the only person in our (small) company with a Mac and I work remotely. I have successfully accessed my company's VPN using Network Connect. I'm now trying to map the shared drive. Under 'Go' > 'Connect to server' I've entered the server address ("smb://.." etc) as it has been given to me.

Another way to start mapping a network drive is to use File Explorer. Browse to the computer and drive in the Network section, and then right-click or long-press the appropriate folder and click Map Network Drive. Windows displays the Map Network Drive dialog box with the server name and folder path already entered in the Folder box. I think you are misunderstanding why they aren't working. A Drive map for example is done at logon, I'm guessing your users are not connecting the VPN before logon. Therefore the resource you are mapping to is not available. The GPO is still present. – Drifter104 Jul 1 '16 at 9:23 Dec 14, 2018 · NOTE: I do have one caution to mention, if the computer is not connected to your network when the user logs in (in the case of laptops and tablets) the drive may not map. This can cause issues if your user logs in and then launches a VPN client. To resolve this, you’ll need to edit your GPO and choose the Reconnect option on the General Tab.

Dec 14, 2018 · NOTE: I do have one caution to mention, if the computer is not connected to your network when the user logs in (in the case of laptops and tablets) the drive may not map. This can cause issues if your user logs in and then launches a VPN client. To resolve this, you’ll need to edit your GPO and choose the Reconnect option on the General Tab.

1. Connect to the Cornell VPN using Cisco AnyConnect. 2. Right click on "Computer" and select "Map Network Drive" from the menu. 3. In the the "Map Network Drive" box that pops up, select a drive letter to use. 4. In the "Folder:" field, enter the folder which you would like to connect to. Mapping a Network Drive through VPN on a WRVS4400N router I have a WRVS4400N router and have successfully connected via Quick VPN Client 1.3.0.3 from my laptop running XP. I can ping any IP on my network, I can access HTTP addresses and remote desktop (VNC) applications but I cannot map a ne

Aug 11, 2017 · Mapping a network drive to a shared folder from Windows’ graphic interface isn’t hard. But if you already know the network path for the shared folder, you can map drives a lot quicker using the Command Prompt. Mapping a drive to a network share assigns that share a drive letter so that it’s easier to work with.

Another way to start mapping a network drive is to use File Explorer. Browse to the computer and drive in the Network section, and then right-click or long-press the appropriate folder and click Map Network Drive. Windows displays the Map Network Drive dialog box with the server name and folder path already entered in the Folder box. I think you are misunderstanding why they aren't working. A Drive map for example is done at logon, I'm guessing your users are not connecting the VPN before logon. Therefore the resource you are mapping to is not available. The GPO is still present. – Drifter104 Jul 1 '16 at 9:23 Dec 14, 2018 · NOTE: I do have one caution to mention, if the computer is not connected to your network when the user logs in (in the case of laptops and tablets) the drive may not map. This can cause issues if your user logs in and then launches a VPN client. To resolve this, you’ll need to edit your GPO and choose the Reconnect option on the General Tab.