To map a drive manually:
If this is not something you are comfortable doing, please enlist the help of your IT support person. They can use the Paths listed below and help you map a network drive or create a shortcut.
Open Windows Explorer ….
+ E, will open Windows Explorer
On the left hand side, click where it says This PC
and then one of the three options listed here should get you to the Map network drive dialogue. One Windows 10, try #3 first.
1. From the Tools menu, choose Map Network Drive.
(You may need to hit the Alt key to see the Tools menu.)
2. Look under Home, Easy Access
3. Look under Computer, Map Network drive
Once you are in the Map Network Drive dialogue, Choose a drive letter and then type in the address of the share you are mapping to.
There is also an option here that says, Connect using different credentials. This is used when you are using a machine that’s logged in as one ID and need to make a connection that requires a different ID for security reasons. For example, using a computer connected to a common instrument you often use a generic shared ID to log into the machine, but then you can map a drive to your lab files from there using your own ID. In this case, you never want to check the box that says Reconnect at login, because that would make it so anyone who uses that machine has access to your lab files.
For more information specific to Mac computers, read this post
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