You can share the folders on the remote servers and you need to enter your windows account on read access at least. \\servername\foldername\
You can directly use UNC path in the script on your local computer.
If you don't know how to share the folders on the server, you can talk to IT admin people and they will do for you.
Thanks, I can share folders between my two different remote desktop ips, but unable to do so from my local machine because it is on a different domain for reasons and will not be a part of the shared trust the remote desktops are on.
I'm trying to replace the procedure of manually connecting to the remote desktops with a Qlikview connection string.
I am expecting if I can accomplish that connection within the qlikview at the start, I will be able to use the \\servername\foldername\ bit in my subsequent file loads' from statements to access the data there. (Much the same as qlikviews we have that connect to databases with certain username and password, and reference the catalog and tables in their subsequent from statements.)