Network Drive Control 1.61
File Size : 1.8 Mb
Network Drive Control allows you to configure the automatic mapping of network drives when you logon based on the network(s) to which you are connected. And example would be to have your laptop automatically connect and map one set of network drives when at home, and another set of network drives when at work or school, and none if it detects that the PC is connected to a network where no mappings have been configured.
Network Drive Control has no limit to the number of networks or drives that can be configured (except Windows built in limits), and drive letters can be redundant. i.e. If on one network you like a resource to be mapped to drive, say, X:, and on a different network you'd like to have a different resource also mapped to X:, you can configure Network Drive Control to do so.
Network Drive Control utilizes Windows features built into Windows Vista through 10 (both 32-bit and 64-bit).
Network Drive Control is free and has a built in help function.
We add the usual weasel words that there are no warranties that this software will work correctly or will even run on your machine, and that you use it at your own risk.
Note: Cisco QuickVPN, used by some Cisco small business routers, does not allow the use of network names, and so Network Drive Control won't be able to identify the remote network. This is an flaw in Cisco QuickVPN, not in Network Drive Control. Cisco's AnyConnect used with Cisco's enterprise class routers does not have this issue.
1. Manual update check tells the user explicitly what the server says the present up-to-date version is, as well as the version NDC is running. I've made this change as it provides me with better positive feedback on how things are working.
2. The log file also now notes the two versions even when everything is up-to-date.
3. Updated help file.