network drive


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Wikipedia.

network drive

A disk drive that shares files and applications with users in the network. It may be a drive in a server in the network, a stand-alone network drive (see NAS) or a drive connected to a router that supports file sharing from a directly attached drive. Contrast with local drive.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ask about reports delivered electronically to designated network drive folder structures.
My Book Live home network drive's built-in media server makes it a fast, simple solution for users who wish to view videos, music and images on any Mac or PC connected to the home network and stream digital media to a television set through a DLNA-certified multimedia device such as WD TV Live Plus HD media player, Blu-ray Disc player, Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 game console.
- USB 2.0 port to turn any USB drive into an instant network drive or extra capacity for the My Book World Edition II;
Select the General tab and enter the network drive location in the space labeled Default File Location.
An integrated 160GB SATA hard drive is accessible as a network drive for secure and reliable data backup and recovery.Hot Products
* First, click on the Tools menu option, then the Map Network Drive ...
The new version permits users to save unlimited sessions to a network drive, allowing greater flexibility in a school network environment.
The export feature allows you to export mail from an EDB or PST source file to a local or network drive destination.
The scopes connect directly to an office network and support e-mailing files from the oscilloscope or saving files directly to a network drive, a USB memory stick, or other USB device.
When you've finished your selections, click on OK, and the Save As dialog box appears to let you know you need to save the workbook on a network drive where others can gain access to it.
Although the students would work in groups, with each group responsible for contributing a section of every exhibit, the students were given individual electronic portfolios on a shared network drive. The portfolios would be populated with responses to readings, definitional writings, reflections on the paintings, and drafts working towards their final exhibit pages--the artwork accompanied by a collaboratively written label that explained its connections to course literature.
The operator can select the appropriate input source with a click of the mouse: CD-ROM, Memory Stick, Flash Card, Zip Disk, flatbed scanner, film scanner or network drive (via Ethernet connection).

Full browser ?