# Local Disk

Professional Edition

Private Local Disk Addon is required.

You can set up a combination of Public/Private and Local Disk/Network Drive.

  • Public : Access from another account or PC
  • Private : Not accessible from another account or PC
  • Local Disk : Recommended for using Radarr app
  • Network Drive : Recommended for using Dropbox

TIP

If you do not check the Local Disk check box, you will be connected to a network drive.

  1. Check the local disk, select the Public/Private and click the Connect button.

localdisk

  1. After the drive connection is completed, Local Disk icon will be displayed.

localdisk_list

  1. The connected drive is created in the Devices and drives of File Explorer.

localdisk_explorer

# Drive sharing

  1. Check the Local Disk, select Public, then click the Connect button.

localdisk_public

  1. Right-click and click Properties in the generated context menu.

localdisk_contextmenu

  1. In the Properties window that comes up, select the Sharing tab and click the Advanced Sharing button.

localdisk_share

  1. When the advanced sharing window is displayed, check the Share this folder checkbox and set the share name and permissions. Click the OK button to start sharing.

localdisk_sharesetting

  1. The network path can be accessed from outside(another account or PC).

localdisk_sharing

  1. When sharing starts, you'll see a share icon in the bottom left corner of the Drive icon.

localdisk_explorer

  1. You can use it by typing the network path in the address bar.

localdisk_share


# Folder sharing

  1. Check the Local Disk, select public, then click the Connect button.

localdisk_public

  1. Right-click and click Properties in the generated context menu.

localdisk_contextmenu

  1. In the Properties window that comes up, select the Sharing tab and click the Share button.

localdisk_share

  1. Click Add to add a share target.

localdisk_share

  1. Set the permission level of the added share target and click the Share button.

localdisk_share

6.The network path can be accessed from outside (another account or PC).

localdisk_share

# Example of use

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When connecting to a Private Local Disk, some apps can't access the drive.

  • Windows native apps Groove music can't access Private Local Disk.

# How to play music files in Google Drive as Groove music

  1. In Groove Music, click the Settings button and click "Choose where we look for music".

localdisk_groovemusic

  1. When the "Build your collection from your local music files" popup appears, click the + button.

localdisk_groovemusic

  1. Select a folder on Google Drive that's connected to your Public Local Disk and click the "Add this folder to Music" button.

localdisk_groovemusic

  1. Confirm the selected folder path and click the Done button.

localdisk_groovemusic

  1. The music files contained in the selected folder are added to My Music.

localdisk_groovemusic

  1. You can now play music files. (^o^)//
Last Updated: 10/22/2021, 5:55:01 PM