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I have an HP computer running Windows 7. I am trying to map my server as network drive "G". "G" doesn't appear as an option. I need to have it mapped as "G"so it is consistent with my other work stations because of software I am running. How do I do this? I am running my network using MS exchange, 2003

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That is because it is already in use. You need to change whatever internal/external hard drive or disk drive that is already using G: to another drive letter. You do this within Windows Disk Management utility. It can be reach by hitting start and typing diskmgmt.msc. The utility has a split view. The bottom half is the part you want to be working with. Find whatever drive is already using G:, right click it then select Change Drive Letter and Path.... I believe you can figure out the rest.

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