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GreatGeak

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I've already done this via FTP, however that just isn't quite the same as what I'm hoping for. I want to be able to go to My Computer, and see a second Hard Drive, e.g.
C: | [Remote Computer/Drive]
and then I can access that drive by simply selecting the drive. Is this remotely possible?
I can stick with FTP if I need to, but this kind of seemed a ton cooler, and simpler.
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what are you trying to do? where does the other hard drive exist? or does it not exist? could you be a LOT more descriptive?
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This isn't a support thread.
I'm ATTEMPTING to create a ghost/virtual/remote hard drive. One that looks like a regular C drive, but connects to a computer across the internet. So I go to my computer, I see my C drive, and right next to it, I HOPE to eventually see a second drive. This second drive isn't really there, rather it is a remote drive that connects to an entirely different computer.

Is that descriptive enough? I appologize for not being more descriptive earlier.
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