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You could do this from Network Neighborhood or My Network Places in Windows ME/2K like browsing through My Computer.

You could also do it via the command prompt by issuing this command:
    net use s: \\SAMBA server\share name
Replace s: with the drive you would like to map the SAMBA shares under. Now, go into My Computer and you will see a new mapped drive of your SAMBA shared folder/directory.

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