- Connecting a portable storage device to your network
A portable storage device is a hard disk drive that can save digital data up to a limited quantity. This could be a USB flash disk, media player, mobile or smartphone, or any type of device that can hold a specific amount of computer data. It can be connected to your computer through a USB port and can be accessed locally or over the network. This article will provide you with instructions on how to connect a portable storage device to your network for easy access.
NOTE: If you prefer to permanently add a storage device to your network, click here for instructions.
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