After opening Active@ Boot Disk shell you can see several network tools: Map Network Drive, View Network Status, Network Configurator, and Remote Desktop Connection.
Map Network Drive
A Mapped Drive is typically a place on a network server's hard drive that has been created or designated as a shared folder and assigned a local drive letter. It is given specific permissions of use as the folder will store information for particular users or groups.
View Network Status
View Network Status — ipconfig (IP Configuration) in Windows is a utility to print the local computer's current network configuration and to control the Windows Service that acts as its DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Client. DHCP is a set of rules used by communications devices such as a computer, router or network adapter to allow the device to request and obtain an IP address from a server which has a list of addresses available for assignment.
This utility works only on computers with adapters that are configured to obtain an IP address automatically. It renews DHCP configuration for all adapters.
Remote Desktop Connection
Remote Desktop Connection — As part of Microsoft Terminal Services, use this utility to allow a remote user to take control of your computer (Remote Desktop). Microsoft provides the client software Remote Desktop Connection for most Windows operating systems that allows a user to connect to and work with a remote server running Terminal Services.