HOW TO MAP A NETWORK DRIVE

 

How to Map

 

If you are on a PC then determine the operating system. This can be done by clicking the start button then right clicking on My Computer/properties.

 

Windows 7: Find the red N on the lower right hand side corner of your task bar. Right click then Novell Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter not currently assigned. Enter the network path to the resource in "\\server\volume" format, i.e. "\\zeus\www" or "\\Athena\Shared_Data" then click on Map. In a few moments a new window will pop up with the newly mapped drive.

 

MAC: Click on Go, Connect to Server. In the Server Address field type in the name of the server followed by .cwu.edu. If you want to connect to Themis then you would type Themis.cwu.edu. Click the Connect button. Enter your username and password at the login box. Click Connect to continue. The server will disply several volumes (Data, Shared_Data). Select the volume then click OK. A network data drive icon will appear on your desktop. Detailed instructions for mapping your map is here. Thank you Kristi Gladen.

 

Windows XP: Start, My Computer. From the new box that pops up, click Tools, Map Network Drive. Under the Drive field, click on the down arrow and select an open drive, i.e. L:. Under the Folder field, type in "\\server\volume", i.e. "\\zeus\www" then click Finish. In a few moments a new window will pop up with the newly mapped drive.

 

Windows 2000: Right click on the My Computer (or PCxxxxx) desktop icon and select Map Network Drive. Under the Drive field, click on the down arrow and select an open drive, i.e. L:. Under the Folder field, type in "\\server\volume", i.e. "\\zeus\www" then click Finish. In a few moments a new window will pop up with the newly mapped drive.

 

Windows NT: Right click on the My Computer (or PCxxxxx) desktop icon and select Map Network Drive. Under the Drive field, click on the down arrow and select an open drive, i.e. L:. Under the Path field, type in "\\server\volume", i.e. "\\zeus\www" then click OK to finish. In a few moments a new window will pop up with the newly mapped drive.