Mapping A Network Drive

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Network Drives are basically hard drives that can be accessed over a network. Stevens maintains several Network Drives. They are made available to the Students and Faculty at Stevens. The computer that hosts or holds the Drives is called '''[[storage01]]'''. To map a network drive requires some authentication, specifically the Stevens Campus Domain Login Information.
Network Drives are basically hard drives that can be accessed over a network. Stevens maintains several Network Drives. They are made available to the Students and Faculty at Stevens. The computer that hosts or holds the Drives is called '''[[storage01]]'''. To map a network drive requires some authentication, specifically the Stevens Campus Domain Login Information.

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Network Drives are basically hard drives that can be accessed over a network. Stevens maintains several Network Drives. They are made available to the Students and Faculty at Stevens. The computer that hosts or holds the Drives is called storage01. To map a network drive requires some authentication, specifically the Stevens Campus Domain Login Information.

Available Drives

More Information about the Available Drives can be found on the storage01 page.

  • public
  • ms - Microsoft Applications
  • personal - Your personal web space and files.
  • groups and clubs

How to Map Network Drives

  1. Windows Vista
  2. Windows XP and 2000
  3. Windows 98
  4. General Unix (Linux)
  5. Max OS X
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