HOW-TO: Map a drive to your FTP server

Barb Dybwad
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Barb Dybwad
October 25, 2005 2:41 PM
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HOW-TO: Map a drive to your FTP server image
HOW-TO: Map a drive to your FTP server image
Today's how-to is brought to you by Hackaday's Eliot Phillips:

Transferring files to and from your blog's webserver can become a nuisance. Most of the pain is from having to use an FTP program to move your files instead of the file manager you are accustom to. Novell's NetDrive can make this file juggling almost transparent. NetDrive lets you map your FTP server just like a local drive. Manage your files exactly like you would your offline files and NetDrive will do the uploading and downloading almost transparently.

Licensing restrictions keep Novell from distributing netdrive.exe on their web site so you will need to find it on the web. We got our copy from Loyola.

Watch our step-by-step tutorial for setting up NetDrive.

[thanks Gadgetguru]

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