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Seattle University network drives are secure network folders designed to store and share University business-related data. TEAM folders are accessible via University-connected Macs and PCs; PCs will auto-connect to the TEAM folder and display the TEAM folder via the T:\ Drive.
Each University department and office is provided with a unique, secure T Drive. Access permissions to a department's TEAM folder are managed by a T Drive "folder manager, usually a person within that department. Any SU faculty, staff, or student can be granted access to a department TEAM folder by that folders T Drive manager.
The P-drive is a secure network "Personal" folder, that is only accessible by one person. It provides a space for academic work or whatever else. Forget your laptop? No problem. If you save your work to the T Drive or P-drive, then you can access it from anywhere at any time with an internet connection.
Prerequisites: Prior to connecting to network drives, you will need to establish a connection to the campus network.
Step 1: Open the Start Menu and choose
Step 2 : At the top of the window
click on " Map Network Drive ".
Step 3: In the new window select a letter from the Drive drop-down menu. Use T: for a University TEAM folder, and P: for a faculty/staff or a student Personal folder.
The following examples and pictures illustrate connecting the T: drive to the TEAM folder
Step 4: Enter the file path of the network
drive you'd like to connect to
Step 5: Check the box for "Reconnect at
Step 6: Click " Finish
Step 7: The Network Folder will appear
under Network Location in My Computer.
Last Reviewed on: 2015-01-02