Mapping Network Drives [iOS]

Network Drives are used to store and access documents related to your organization by network users. These instructions are for mapping the network drives on an iOS device which will give you access to your personal or a department's shared folder. 

M: drive: This folder is typically used to store personal files for faculty, staff, and students. 

N: drive: Folders located in this location on the file server containing many subfolders for the course, department, and workgroup file sharing. 

Note: If you are off-campus you will need to connect to VPN before you map or access the network drives.

Mapping Network Drives [iOS]

Make sure that you are on the HWS network or using VPN Sonic Wall to connect 

1. Go to your Files application (the Folder Icon)

2. When the app is open click < Files

3. Tap the 3 dot icon at the top left of the Browse sidebar. 

4. Tap Connect to Server 

5. Enter a network address 

  • M drive- smb://fsrv.hws.edu/yourusername$ 
  • N drive- smb://fsrv.hws.edu/pccommon 

6. Then tap Connect 

7. Click on Registered User 

8. Enter your Username and Password 

 

Need additional help? Contact the HWS IT Services Help Desk. 

 

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Article ID: 118439
Created
Thu 10/15/20 3:15 PM
Modified
Thu 4/1/21 1:58 PM