Question Mapped Drive won't connect

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Feb 20, 2020
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once he find the physical location of the drive. anyone can help.

could be the ip address on pc that have the payroll data changed.
I’ll hopefully be in their office today and can get more info on that. I’m under the understanding it’s in the main computer. I’m might have seen that IP address on the second computer. I’ll post more as soon as I can. Appreciate all the help!
 
Feb 20, 2020
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once he find the physical location of the drive. anyone can help.

could be the ip address on pc that have the payroll data changed.
OK, so this will hopeully help. The drive does not appear to be in the main computer. When I connected to that computer via AnyDesk, it shows the main computer in question as having the "KeyStone (\\192.168.0.104) (F: )" association. I had the other lady check her computer (it doesn't have remote access) and her drive shows "KeyStone (\\PC1) (B: )" so I'm guessing that means the drive is actually in her computer. So now how to get what I have been calling the main computer to access the Keystone drive???
 

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