If you started the networking services after you started the recovery environment, you can map a network drive. This lets you browse to that drive and select the recovery point that you want to restore. Or, if you create backups from the recovery environment, you can select a destination that resides on a network location.
After you provide the static IP address and subnet mask address, you can enter the recovery environment. However, because there is no way to resolve computer names, when you run the Recover My Computer Wizard or the Recovery Point Browser, you can only browse the network by using the IP addresses to locate a recovery point. You can map a network drive so that you can locate the recovery points more effectively. Or, you can use the mapped network drive as a destination for recovery points that you create from within the recovery environment.
To map a network drive from within Symantec Recovery Disk