Mapping Network Shares

Mapping Network shares is very useful, especially when booting from a boot disk and running the application in batch mode. It guarantees a specific drive letter to save logs and certificates to, as well as provides a central location for erase reports to be stored.

  1. In the file menu bar, navigate to File > Map Network Share...

    Figure: Accessing the network mapping menu

  2. Configure your network drive and assign a letter to it, then press OK

    Figure: Mapping a network drive

    Note: KillDisk will identify all connected network drives, so you may use the drop-down list to select the one you'd like to use
  3. Now that your network drive is configured, you may select it as a destination for certificates and reports in your application preferences