A user wants to map a network drive on a PC that is named “WORK2” and runs Windows 7. The name of the shared resource the user wishes to map to is called “installs” and is located on a workstation called “WORK1”. What would be the correct path for mapping the network drive?

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A user wants to map a network drive on a PC that is named “WORK2” and runs Windows 7. The name of the shared resource the user wishes to map to is called “installs” and is located on a workstation called “WORK1”. What would be the correct path for mapping the network drive?

  • \\ username\WORK2\\installs
  • \\username\password/WORK1/installs
  • // WORK2/installs
  • \\work1\installs
  • \\username\Work2\installs
  • \WORK2|installs
    Explanation:

    The correct path syntax for mapping a network drive on a PC is \\servername\sharename. Note that the path statement is not case sensitive. Please also note that back-slashes (“\”) are used in Windows path statements and that ‘servername’ is the name of the source or location of the resource.

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