1) In Internet Explorer (or the browser of your choice), go to the library you want to map a drive to.
3) Go to Windows Explorer. Right-click on Computer and click Map network drive on the shortcut menu.
4) Choose a drive letter (e.g., Z:) and paste the URL you copied in step 2. Make sure Reconnect at logon is selected (this ensures the drive is still mapped after you logoff/logon/restart). Then, click Finish.
5) You should have a new window open that shows the mapped drive contents. You can now open, drag and drop files, create new folders, delete, and move items just as you would any other local or network drive.
Happy drive mapping!