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    Map drive to Sharepoint

    Easy, isn't it?

    Well, yes. And no.

    I can map a drive no probs, having been into the web page and logged in, ticking 'always log in' or whatever, then either mapping in File Explorer or doing Net Use.

    Any idea if there's a way of doing it without having to go in and tick the 'always log in' thing in IE?

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    Re: Map drive to Sharepoint

    Not a shill here but for one customer we had this issue and we went with ZeeDrive as there seemed to be no way to achieve this natively sadly

    For what it's worth, the technician who installed it seemed to get on okay with it but it's a bit of a bodge compared to a proper server and drive mappings

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    Re: Map drive to Sharepoint

    Quote Originally Posted by TechMinerUK View Post
    Not a shill here but for one customer we had this issue and we went with ZeeDrive as there seemed to be no way to achieve this natively sadly

    For what it's worth, the technician who installed it seemed to get on okay with it but it's a bit of a bodge compared to a proper server and drive mappings
    Hi--new here but I wanted to second this idea. I have used zeedrive and WebDrive to do this as well. Definitely worth a shot.

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    Re: Map drive to Sharepoint

    +1 for ZeeDrive.

    The company I work for have this as a solution for several clients. Don't tend to here any negatives about it.

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