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drive letter

An alphabetic letter used in DOS and Windows to designate a hard drive or SSD. See C:.
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In its most rudimentary form, it allows you to assign a given drive and directory path to a drive letter.
Because WebDrive maps a drive letter to remote servers, files can be edited without the user having to download the file, save it locally, edit it locally, and then upload the file again.
In Figure 2, you will note that every marketing user and marketing application is mapped to shares on drive letters E:, F:, G:, and H:, which represent file servers in NYC, London, and Houston.
Multiple CDs can be mounted under a single drive letter or individual CDs can be listed as subdirectories of a drive letter
WebDrive is a Universal File Access client that enables users to securely access, edit and manage documents on remote servers through the convenience of a drive letter.
To access it, go to Windows Explorer or My Computer and right-click on the drive letter that is experiencing errors and then click on Tool, which will evoke this screen:
The product's representation of mainframe data and files as a drive letter with hierarchical folders -- viewable within Microsoft Windows Explorer, contributes to its ease of use.
Users can access all files on tape -- or any piece of removable media -- using a database that appears as just another drive letter in Windows Explorer.
Prassi abCD offers a "drag-and-drop" drive letter access to data writing for CD-RW media that makes writing to CD-RW media as easy as writing to a floppy disk.
When a lockbox is open, a new drive letter is automatically added to the user's system.
0 Desktop ABS can be accessed as an additional drive letter by the host computer.
The interceptor modules make user access possible through a standard drive letter to all storage devices.