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Moving Files by Using Network Places

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It is also possible to add a network place for the documentlibrary. The steps for creating a network place and copying thefiles to a Windows SharePoint Services document library vary,depending on the operating system you use.

Microsoft Windows XP

Move files by using My Network Places in Windows XP

  1. On the Windows desktop, click My Network Places .

  2. Double-click Add a Network Place .

  3. Follow the instructions in the Add Network Place Wizard to adda shortcut to the server that is running Windows SharePointServices.

  4. After you create the new network place, open a Windows Explorerwindow, and then find the folder with the files that you want tocopy to the document library.

  5. Select the files you want, and then drag them into the documentlibrary in the network place.

Microsoft Windows Server 2003

Move files by using My Network Places in Windows Server2003

  1. Click the Start menu, click All Programs , pointto Accessories , and then click Windows Explorer .

  2. In the Folders list, click My Network Places .

  3. In the right pane, double-click Add Network Place .

  4. Follow the instructions in the Add Network Place Wizard to adda shortcut to the server running Windows SharePoint Services.

  5. After you create the new network place, open a Windows Explorerwindow, and then find the folder with the files that you want tocopy to the document library.

  6. Select the files you want, and then drag them into the documentlibrary in the network place.

If you receive any error messages while copying the files, seethe "Troubleshooting" section later in thisarticle.

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