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  • Network Drives - Connect to network drives with Windows 7

     

    Objective:

     

    1. Open the Start Menu and choose Computer.
    2. At the top of the window click on " Map Network Drive ".
    3. In the new window select T:  from the Drive drop-down menu
    4. Enter the file path for the network drive you'd like to connect to
    5. Check the box for "Reconnect at Login".
    6. Click " Finish ".
    7. The Network Folder or "T-Drive" will appear under Network Location in My Computer.

     

    Detail: Step by step:

    Your T-Drive is a shared folder that you and others have access to. You may need to access your T-drive as a student worker, or perhaps as a student club officer. The P-drive is a personal folder that you can store files on. It provides a space for academic work or whatever else. Forget your laptop? No problem. If you save your work to the 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 Computer .

    Map T-Drive W7 step 1

     

     

    Step 2 : At the top of the window click on " Map Network Drive ".

    Map T-Drive W7 step 2a

     

    Map T-Drive W7 step 2b

     

    Step 3: In the new window select T:  from the Drive drop-down menu.

      Map T-Drive W7 step 3

     

    Step 4:  Enter the file path of the network drive you'd like to connect to

      Map T-Drive W7 step 4

     

    Step 5:  Check the box for "Reconnect at Login".

      Map T-Drive W7 step 5

     

    Step 6:  Click " Finish ".

      Map T-Drive W7 step 6

     

    Step 7:  The Network Folder will appear under Network Location in My Computer.

      Map T-Drive W7 step 7

     

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    Last Reviewed on: 2014-05-01