No, you cannot place these files on a network drive.
You cannot store them on OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox or similar service.
The database files (brd) need to remain on your local computer's hard drive.
These flat file databases are fast, light-weight, easy to use and backup - but their locking system is not designed to placed on a storage device managed by a system other than the local operating system.
Placing these files on a local area network (server) drive or a remote (ie. cloud storage drive) will result in file corruption.
Backups and 'pushing' a copy to a co-worker
If your goal was to have a backup of these files - or to 'push' a copy of the data file to a co-worker:
--Please use our backup feature (File > Backup) and point to a remote/server drive.
This will 'push' a copy of your file to the specified location.
DropBox, Box, Egnyte and One-Drive
Note: Do not use DropBox, Box, Egnyte, One-Drive or similar service as this will also cause file corruption.
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