Hi @Kavita Goswami ,
Its not possible to share a local drive in Confluence. However, you can link to directories on the shared drive.
You can refer to this link for additional information:
Additionally, you can look for any third party apps in Atlassian MarketPlace.
There is no way to link to a resource that has a variable location and may not exist. On your computer, it's quite likely you are using a variable IP address (dhcp) and sometimes, you might turn it off (and if it's a laptop, disconnect and move it)
Confluence (and any other server) can't refer to something that might not be there. You need to upload these files to shared storage with a fixed name and point to that. You will then need a client that can read that shared storage (As Confluence is not a file browser)
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