Once you're VPN'd in mapping a drive is no different then what you're used to.
Sounds like your question is more along the lines of how to setup a VPN.
VPN (virtual privet network) sound right.
need help with this.
Again>>> I have program that using a spesific drive over the network.
I like to use the program from difrent location but still able to use
the same network drive
Install it on both the home and remote machines. It installs a virtual network adapter within the 5.x.x.x network. You then create a named network that both the home and remote machines can join. Whalla, like magic you're both connected over a secure connection and have access to any resources on either machine. Simple to install, simple to configure, simple to use. Doesn't even require port management, and no issues w/ the ISP possibly blocking inbound ports (a common problem for traditional VPNs), since it uses a rendezvous server and NAT traversal. And itâ€™s all FREE.