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Map FTP servers as local drives.

How to map a remote FTP server as a local drive. Means you can use your personal webspace to store files as easily as copying them to your D drive or a CD ROM. Except of course you’ll need a fast broadband connection to upload bigger files.  Still, nice one.

 Today, my dream became reality, courtesy of Novell. Netdrive, which is a part of the Novell Client, makes it all possible, and it works flawlessly. After you install it, configure your FTP sites, just as you would in any FTP client. There is an option which allows you to choose your site’s drive letter. When you are finished configuring Netdrive, your FTP sites will be displayed in Windows Explorer as Network Drives. Just drag and drop to move files from your server to your hard drive, or vice versa. It doesn’t get any simpler than that.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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