With a mapped drive, you can work with your online document storage from Windows Explorer – a files and folders tool you probably use every day. The SmartVault Drive requires the WebDAV client provided by the operating system and enabled through the Windows Desktop Experience feature. Review your server documentation or use the above link on the Microsoft site for directions.
Note: You must have a user or a client license to use the SmartVault Drive feature.
Mapping a SmartVault Drive
To map a drive for the Microsoft Windows 2008 or Windows 2012 Server editions, open the SmartVault Launchpad on your desktop.
1. Open the SmartVault Launchpad and sign into SmartVault.
2. Click SmartVault Drive.
3. If you see a Red X or a warning alerting you to settings that would stop you from mapping a drive, click Correct.
4. Click OK.
5. Select an available drive letter. We suggest using S: or V:.
6. Enter your SmartVault credentials, if prompted, and place a check in the Reconnect box.
7. Click OK.