Mapping network drives = slower computer?

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T-Bone

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Is it true that if you map a network drive (or several) on a p2p network that this will slow down your computer or others on the network?
 

Squashman

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Shouldn't be that big of a load on them unless you are transferring super large gigabyte files.
 

JohnWill

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It will slow down booting as the mapping is reestablished if you configure them as persistent mappings.
 
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