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How to Connect as a Wireless Network Drive on Windows 7

How to Connect as a Wireless Network Drive on Windows 7

As a wireless drive you can access and mange your G-CONNECT and it's content via the G-CONNECT's wireless connection. Select your G-CONNECT wireless network (SSID) through your wireless network manager.

  1. Connect to the G-CONNECT over Wi-Fi
  2. Open Computer and click on Map network drive:

  3. You will be prompted to enter a server to connect to. Enter the same address you would use to connect through the web application: \\\admin

  4. After clicking Finish you will be prompted to log into the server. Enter the same login information you would use when connecting to the iPad, iPhone or Web Application.

  5. After clicking ok the drive will appear in Computer as a drive.

    You can then transfer files to the G-CONNECT just as you would any files on your computer.

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Article ID: 102 Article Created: 07-22-2013 14:56 PMLast Modified: 07-22-2013 14:56 PM

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