VPN to Map Network Drive over Internet. What kind of solutions are available for mapping a network drive across the internet? Let me explain the issue further. Right now, I access my email by

Oct 10, 2012 · Similar help and support threads Thread: Forum: Trouble Mapping Network Drive Windows 7 Hello - Okay. Here is the scoop. I work in a small office where we have 1 desktop running Windows 7 64 bit connected by a LAN line to the wireless router, which is our "network drive". Once your VPN software is connected to the “Protected_Data” VPN you will need to connect to or map your share. Mapping to a share (Windows): Click on the start button on the lower left of the screen; On the open menu click “computer” Once the explorer windows for “computer” opens up click on “Map a network Drive” on the upper bar. In order to map a share (even using Windows as the client) you have to point directly at a share. You can't mount the entire computer and you can't [directly] mount a subdirectory of the share. – Oli ♦ May 31 '11 at 9:55 Nov 10, 2014 · Hi bcross1919 I stumbled upon your post while I was looking at my issue with mapping the network drive in the first place using the portion. My VPN connects fine but as I just said the network drive doesn't map. My portion of the XML file looks like this: