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This FAQ only details the procedure for Windows users. If you are a Mac user, please follow this FAQ

  1. Open Remote Desktop Connection  and in the opening window, click on the Local Resources Tab in the centre of the top menu bar. 
     
     
  2. In the Local Devices and Resources section, click on More and in the resulting pop-up window, Click the [+] next to Drives to see the drop down menu, and check the box next to the drive containing the files you wish to move. Finally, click OK

     
  3. Once this has been set, click on the Connect button to connect to the Remote Server. Once logged in, check This PC to ensure your Local C Drive is now accessible.


     

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