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Baltimore Drupal Meetup Message Board › Non Durpal Question: How does one map and network drive in Linux?

Non Durpal Question: How does one map and network drive in Linux?

Homer
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Towson, MD
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I am currently working on a project where I can get VPN access to the company server. I am able to use Cisco Anywhere Connect (open connect) to their server, but I am having difficulty mapping their development and production sites. I am able to do all this in Windows XP, but I want to be able to do it in Linux (Ubuntu). Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks so much for any help.
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