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I click on the 'Map network drive' button on my server's 'Computer'. There is a line asking for the 'folder' or essentially the network drive location. I have another server running on the IP 10.132.2.98. I can map a network drive to the address '\10.132.2.98\myfolder', but I get an error when I try mapping the drive to '\10.132.2.98'. Is there a way where I can map my entire hard drive on the second server?

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No, you can not.. –  PeterMmm Nov 14 '12 at 17:30

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Use \\10.132.2.98\C$. You need to be a member of the remote computer's local Administrators group for this to work.

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You can also do it in command line:

net use x: \\10.132.2.98\C$

To login as another user:

net use x: \\10.132.2.98\C$ /user:username password

It will mount c: drive of 10.132.2.98 as x:. Make sure Administrative Shares are enabled on host computer or your user has administrative rights on host computer.

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