Map a network drive

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Map a Drive (Windows 7)



Connect to a shared drive


  1. Click the Windows Start menu
  2. Right click on Computer and select Map network drive

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  3. In the Drive drop down list, select the letter which your department uses. If you are not sure, select any letter from I: onwards.

  4. In the Folder box type the location of the shared drive 

    You can check the name and or location of a drive via find the name of a shared Drive (Shared drives should be mapped via \\massey.ac.nz\disk\shares\nameofdrive)



     

  5. Click Finish

If you require further assistance or information please contact the Service Desk on ext. 82111.


Connect to your home drive


  1. Click the Windows Start menu
  2. Right click on Computer and select Map network drive

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  3. In the Drive drop down list select H:

  4. In the Folder box type the location of your home drive 

    You can check the location of your home drive via check the location of your home drive (Home drives should be mapped using the fully qualified path \\server.massey.ac.nz\usercode i.e \\tur-homes2.massey.ac.nz\jbloggs)




     

  5. Click Finish


If you require further assistance or information please contact the Service Desk on ext. 82111.




Map a Drive (Windows 10)



Connect to a shared drive


  1. Rick click the Windows Start menu and select File Explorer

  1. Make sure that This PC is selected. Click on Computer, then Map network drive



  2. In the Drive drop down list, select the letter which your department uses. If you are not sure, select any letter from I: onwards.

  3. In the Folder box type the location of the shared drive 

    You can check the name and or location of a drive via find the name of a shared Drive (Shared drives should be mapped via \\massey.ac.nz\disk\shares\nameofdrive)



     

  4. Click Finish

If you require further assistance or information please contact the Service Desk on ext. 82111.


Connect to your home drive


  1. Rick click the Windows Start menu and select File Explorer

  1. Make sure that This PC is selected. Click on Computer, then Map network drive



  2. In the Drive drop down list, select the letter which your department uses. If you are not sure, select any letter from I: onwards.

  3. In the Folder box type the location of the shared drive 

    You can check the location of your home drive via check the location of your home drive (Home drives should be mapped using the fully qualified path \\server.massey.ac.nz\usercode i.e \\tur-homes2.massey.ac.nz\jbloggs)

     

  4. Click Finish

If you require further assistance or information please contact the Service Desk on ext. 82111.




Map a Drive (Mac OS X)



Connect to a shared drive


  • Open Finder
  • From the menu bar, click Go, then Connect To Server

    2 - Finder Go Menu - Connect to Server.png
  • In the Server Address box type the location of the shared drive

    You can check the name and or location of a drive via find the name of a shared Drive (Shared drives should be mapped via smb://massey.ac.nz/disk/shares/nameofdrive)

 

  • Click Connect

  • If you are prompted with a Registered User field, enter your Massey user name and password, then click the Connect button

  • The drive should now show on your desktop. If not, please see How to show connected drives on your desktop below


If you require further assistance or information please contact the Service Desk on ext. 82111.


Connect to your home drive


  • Open Finder
  • From the menu bar, click Go, then Connect To Server

    2 - Finder Go Menu - Connect to Server.png
  • In the Server Address box type the location of your home drive 

    You can check the location of your home drive via check the location of your home drive (Home drives should be mapped using the path smb://server.massey.ac.nz/usercode i.e smb://tur-homes2.massey.ac.nz/jbloggs)

  • Click Connect

  • If you are prompted with a Registered User field, enter your Massey user name and password, then click the Connect button

  • The drive should now show on your desktop. If not, please see How to show connected drives on your desktop below


If you require further assistance or information please contact the Service Desk on ext. 82111.




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