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Note: If attempting to connect to a network drive from off-campus, you must be connected to the internet and logged into VPN before performing these steps.
On a Microsoft Windows workstation - to manually map your network shared drives:
- Login to a University of the Pacific networked computer with your PacificNet ID and password. (make sure that you are on the correct domain for your campus - STK, SAC or SF).
- On Windows 7 Open Computer
- On Windows XP My Computer -> Click on Tools
- Select Map Network Drive...
- Choose a Drive Letter that is available (typically drive letters such as C, D, and E: are taken by other storage devices)
- In the Folder: bar, type the path to the drive you want to map. For example the path to your personal home directory or U drive folder would be: \\homedirs1.stk.pacific.edu\username (where username is your PacificNet ID). If it is a department share \\homedirs1.stk.pacific.edu\sharename$ (where the sharename$ is unique to your department).
- Click Finish
You should now see your network drive.
On a Macintosh OS Workstation - to manually map your network shared drives
- Going to the Go menu on the desktop and then selecting Connect to Server...
- The server you will use is smb://homedirs1.stk.pacific.edu/username (where username is your PacificNet ID). If it is a department share smb://homedirs1.stk.pacific.edu/sharename$ (where the sharename$ is unique to your department).
- Use your PacificNet ID username and password as credentials when prompted.
Your individual file space should now be a mapped drive on the desktop of your Macintosh workstation.