How to map network drives for all Windows 7 users

I'm trying to map network drives in Windows 7.  I did it by the usual method, but readers of network appear only for a single user (Administrator) and they do not appear for other users.  Is it possible to map these drives as an administrator so that all users can see them (instead of each user maps itself)?

Thanks for your help!


Hi may 1

There is no possibility to map the network drive for all users at once.

However, you can access the mapped network drive other user accounts by using the credentials.

To access the mapped network drive.

1. click Start , then computer.

2. click on map network drive.

3. now, make a check mark in connect using different credentials.

4. click on Finish.

Thank you, and in what concerns:
Swathi B - Microsoft technical support.

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