If you have network drive or a shared folder from network, you can create a shortcut to it just like you have a local drive using a drive letter. For example, using Z: to map your network drive.
Let’s map a network drive in Windows 10:
1: Open File Explorer, select This PC from left panel, then click Computer from top menu, you will see a ribbon is expanded, there is a ribbon button “Map network drive” there:
2: Click the dropdown list from Map network drive button, and then select Map network drive item:
3: Now you can see Map Network Drive window, just select a Drive letter you want, and input the network drive with shared folder; You can also click Browse button to select a folder from network. Then click Finish button.
Now you have a local drive which maps your network drive folder. For the example above, we have a Z: drive in our Windows 10 which maps to our network drive with shared folder.