With a mapped drive, you can work with your cloud-based documents from Windows Explorer—a files and folders tool you probably use every day. Follow along with the video below or read the instructions to setup your SmartVault Drive.
- Open the SmartVault Launchpad.
- Click on SmartVault Drive.
- If you see a red X or a warning message regarding settings that might stop you from mapping a drive, click Correct to fix any issues.
- Select an available drive letter. Though we suggest using S or V to easily identify the drive with SmartVault, any letter is fine.
- Enter your SmartVault sign-in information and check the Reconnect box if both are not automatically completed for you.
- Click OK to create the mapped drive.
- You must have have a user or a client license to use the SmartVault Drive feature. If you need to use the SmartVault Drive but are a Guest, please contact your account administrator.
- The SmartVault Drive for Windows requires that you have the SmartVault Desktop Software installed, or you may also manually map a drive on Windows 7 or 8 . See Manually Map a Drive on Windows 7 or 8.