Mapping Network Drives [macOS]

Network Drives are used to store and access documents related to your organization by network users. These instructions are for mapping the network drives which will give you access to your or departments 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 course, department, and work group file sharing.

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

Mapping your HWS Network Drives

1. Click on the desktop

2. On the menu at the top of the screen Go > Connect to Server

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3. In the Connect to Server dialog box, type the Server Address

  • M: drive is smb://fsrv/yourusername$

    • Note: Replace 'yourusername' with your own HWS username

  • N: drive is smb://fsrv/pccommon

4. Click the plus sign to add the address to your favorites

5. Click Connect

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6. When prompted, type the domain, username and password,

  • Domain is HWSMICRO
  • Username is your HWS username
  • Password is your HWS password

7. Click OK

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

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Article ID: 68364
Created
Thu 12/6/18 11:09 AM
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Thu 4/1/21 1:55 PM