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Old 10-27-2009, 10:20 AM
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Default You Don't Have to Use Netstorage to Access Network Drives on Campus

There is a better way!

When you log in to your computer, make sure you are using the On Campus Login. You should use this whenever you are actually on campus, whether you are using wireless or an ethernet cable.



Once logged in, you should see all of the network drives available to you when you go to Start - My Computer.



Accessing your network drives this way allows you to drag and drop multiple files to and from your F:, K:, and U: drives, rather than having to upload/download a single file at a time as required by Netstorage.

More question? Contact the Student Technology Education Lab in BC 6 (basement of Brothers College) at x3003, or email kwhite2 (at) drew (dot) edu.

Last edited by Krista White : 10-27-2009 at 10:32 AM. Reason: submitted when I didn't mean to...
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