Network Shares will always be unpopulated when you first install LogViewPlus. This is because some networks may contain a large number of machines and quickly scanning the network to find the machine you want to access may not be possible. Instead, LogViewPlus uses an approach that requires you to know the name of the machine you want to connect to an advance. You can either explicitly add this machine name in the file system settings, or you can paste the full path to the file you want to open into the open file text box. Once a local network file has been opened by LogViewPlus, the network node will be available for future access.
The server list contains all of the network shares which have been previously configured.
The reorder commands on the right of the screen can be used to move the network share configurations up or down in the configured server list. This controls the display order in the LogViewPlus file browser.
Creates a new network share and adds it to the configured server list.
Allows you to edit the currently selected network share.
Permanently deletes the currently selected network share.