The Windows NT Server (NTS) operating system is an older server environment that is still used in some legacy networks. You can connect to the Windows NT Server computer using the Windows Explorer utility available in each version of Windows, and map a network drive to the server so that you can view, edit and copy files from the server to your local computer.
Click the Windows "Start" button and select "Computer." Click the Network icon in the left panel.
Double-click the Windows NT server name to see a list of available shared folders.
Right-click the folder to which you want to connect. Click "Map network drive."
Type your username and password in the prompt, then click "OK." Your computer connects to the server.