Mapped Drive Desktop Client
The Mapped Drive Desktop Client allows easy editing of files from a traditional mapped drive from within applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat remotely from anywhere. Opening and editing design files, databases, programs and very large files is not supported.
Server Version 5.4
Direct Connection or Cloud Web Connector
Server Version 5.3.2 and earlier
A direct MyWorkDrive Server Connection e.g.; https://yourserver.yourcompany.com is required.
(Using the MyWorkDrive.net Cloud Connector Relay is NOT supported for the mapped drive client with server versions prior to 5.4)
MyWorkDrive Server 4.0 or higher (Server 5.2 for full functionality), Windows 8-10
For use with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and previous
Not recommended for use with 10.14 Mojave or 10.15 Catalina due to instability caused by changes in macOS file system.
Download Version 5.4.1 Mac Mapped Drive Client
(BETA to be released soon)
MyWorkDrive Server 5.2 or higher
Office File Edit is only supported on files less than 10 MB
macOS 10.11 El Capitan or higher
FUSE for macOS framework (OSXFuse): Download it here
Download and complete setup. If needed setup will install .net 4.5.1 ( Windows 7 PC’s ).
Download zip, extract and complete setup. Launch MyWorkDrive from Finder – Applications.
Begin login by typing your MyWorkDrive web address, then click connect:
Then, depending on the options set by your systems administrator login using your Active Directory username/password or Single Sign On provider (for example Office Online, Okta, Onelogin, etc).
Optional: Click “Remember Me” to save your username and password and “Map at Startup” to map your MyWorkDrive on system restart.
Mapped Drive Usage
Once Logged you will see the mapped drive in file explorer: Optionally right mouse click on the new mapped drive and choose “pin to quick access” for ease of use:
Logoff: Locate the MWD icon in the lower right side system tray, right mouse click and choose log off (this will clear your saved password) or exit to simply disconnect the drive.
Settings: Optionally adjust settings as directed by your IT Administrator:
Advanced Settings: Optionally adjust settings as directed by your IT Administrator:
With the Mac and Windows Mapped Drive there are a number of settings that may be set by the system administrator. Please note the following optional limitation warnings may be displayed as determined by your network administrator:
- Maximum File Size: The system administrator may limit the maximum file sizes allowed to be uploaded or downloaded
- File Types: The system administrator may block file extensions to keep your network safe from Viruses and prevent unsupported files types from being opened remotely
- Password Saving Disabled: Your system administrator may prevent password saving to comply with security policies and requirements
*On Windows PC’s without Microsoft Office installed locally, you may wish to select the option to open Office Files (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint) in Office Online through your web browser instead of locally installed office. To edit documents you will need to login to Office 365. If your server is version 5 or higher you will be logged into your server automatically on older servers you will be prompted to confirm your password.
Once installed, Office files will show up in the mapped drive with the familiar office icons. Double-click an office file to open it in your web browser (Chrome Browser preferred).
Uninstall or reinstall the Mapped Drive client without the Open Office files in Office online option unchecked to remove this feature.
Mapped Drive Administrator Guide
The mapped drive client administrator guide is located here.