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.
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= Mac OS =
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== Available Drives ==
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More Information about the Available Drives can be found on the [[storage01]] page.
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*Select '''Finder'''
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* [[Storage01 Public|public]] - Matlab, Solidworks, Uniprint.
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*Open the '''Go''' menu and select '''Connect to Server'''
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* [[Storage01 ms|ms]] - Microsoft software, Mathematica, Adobe Acrobat, etc.
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* [[Storage01 Personal|personal]] - Your personal web space and files.
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* [[Storage01 Groups|groups]] - For departments, organizations and clubs.
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== How to Map Network Drives ==
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*Type ''smb://storage01/share'' into the '''Server Address''' field, where ''share'' is the drive on storage01 that you are trying to connect to.
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* [[Windows Vista Map a Network Drive|Windows 7 and Vista]]
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**Clicking the '''+''' button will add the share to your favorite servers list for easy access in the future.
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* [[Windows XP and 2000 Map a Network Drive|Windows XP and 2000]]
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*Click '''Connect''' to connect to storage01. The connection will then prompt you for your credentials.
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* [[Windows 98 Map a Network Drive|Windows 98]]
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* [[Linux Map a Network Drive|General Unix (Linux)]]
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* [[Mac OS X Map a Network Drive|Max OS X]]
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*Type ''CAMPUS'' into the '''Workgroup or Domain''' field.
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*Type your [[Pipeline Account|Pipeline Username]] into the '''Name''' field.
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*Type your [[Campus Domain Account|Campus Domain Password]] into the '''Password''' field.
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*After clicking '''OK''' you can access the mapped drive from your desktop, as seen below.
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Revision as of 11:46, 8 April 2011

Campus Domain Account Required

A Campus Domain Account is required to access some services on this page. To change or reset your password, use the Stevens Password Service.

Graduate students do not have campus domain accounts created automatically and MUST REQUEST ONE.
The request must be COMPLETED before any system can be accessed with the account.

  • Username: username or campus\username where username is your Stevens username.
  • Password: The default password varies depending on your role and entry date at Stevens.
  1. Faculty & Staff: Passwords are randomly generated, please contact the HelpDesk.
  2. Students who entered before February 2009: The default password is StevensYYMMDD where YYMMDD corresponds to your date of birth.
  3. Students who entered after February 2009: The default password is Stevens000000 where 000000 corresponds to the last 6 digits of your Campus Wide ID Number.
  • Domain: If prompted for a Logon Domain, CAMPUS should be entered.

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 - Matlab, Solidworks, Uniprint.
  • ms - Microsoft software, Mathematica, Adobe Acrobat, etc.
  • personal - Your personal web space and files.
  • groups - For departments, organizations and clubs.

How to Map Network Drives

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