Connect To A Network Folder or Shared Drive
University members can access data stored on University servers via connecting to (also known as mapping) network drives. A user gets greater storage space, backups of their files, and safe ways to share files across departments when they store them on network drives.
When Mapping a Network Disc, Take Into Account:
Users Need Permission from Their Department or Supervisor to Access the Files in Order to Map a Network Drive.
Supervisors or Departments Can Submit a Departmental Data Storage Request Form on Behalf of Users Who Require Permissions.
The Drive Mappings Are Normally Not Allowed Due to HIPAA Compliance.
- A Network Drive’s Mapping
- Os Windows 10
- Mac Os X
Windows 10 Network Drive Mapping:
1. If you’re using a Windows 10 device, double-click This PC on your desktop or look for it in the search bar.
If using a Windows 7 device, click the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner of the screen, then select Computer from the menu that appears on the right-hand side of the screen.
2. In the box that appears, under the blue File button in the top-left corner of Windows 10, select the Computer tab. Afterward, select Map Network Drive.
On the new window’s top row of options for Windows 7, select Map Network Drive.
3. You might be accustomed to drives with the letter “M:” “V:” or “Z:” set as the default, but you can set your network drive to any available letter with which you are most comfortable.
4. In the Folder section, type the network share path for your division (see the list below).
Data on the majority of departmental network shared drives (M:) pftfs002.fairmontstate.edu
Science and Mathematics Data Sharing (V:) fsuscimath.fairmontstate.edu/scimath$ Healthcare Data Share (V:) pftfs002.fairmontstate.edu
Your username’s Employee Personal Data Drive (U:) fsuemphd.fairmontstate.edu
5. Check Reconnect at sign-in and then click Finish.
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