Knowledgebase: Windows 10
Accessing M: Drive Files After Windows 10 Migration
Posted by Annie Steiner on 04 June 2018 03:14 PM

1. Go to "File", then "Options" (it's the bottom of the option bar on the left of the screen.

2. Select "Trust Center" at the bottom of the left-side options, and then click "Trust Center Settings..."

3. Selected "Trusted Locations" from the left-side options.

4. At the bottom of the window check the box that says "Allow Trusted Locations on my network (not recommended)".

5. Select the button "Add new location..."

6. Click browse, double click "This PC", then select the option under network locations that ends in (M:)

7. Click OK, then check the box that says "Subfolders of this location are also trusted"

8. Make sure that at the bottom the check box that says "Allow Trusted Locations on my network (not recommended)" is still checked. If it is not, click it to put in a checkmark. 

9. Click OK till you've closed out of all the windows.

10. You may have to do this for every program of Microsoft Office.


6/6/18 AS

Updated 6/7/18 pg

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