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Answer: How to I open a file on a network drive

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Q&A > network programming > How to I open a file on a network drive contributed by fundflow

On Unix you need to mount the drive (e.g. via NFS) and put it on the directory tree. Then you'll have something like: /mnt/mountpath/file

On DOS/Windows, you can try: \\machine\drive\file and if your environment is set up fine it will work.

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