No, you cannot place these files on a network drive.
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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