Mapping a network drive

How to map your network drives.

Once you have set up VPN, use this guide to map your network drives on a Windows PC or Mac.

Mapping a network drive in Windows 10

Follow these steps to set up your network drive access on a Windows PC:

  1. In the search field, type “this pc”.
  2. Choose “Open”.
  3. Click the “Computer” tab at top of window.
  4. Choose “Map Network Drive”.
  5. The following window will open…
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  6. You may choose any drive letter that is available between M and Z.
  7. In the folder field, type the “path” or name of the drive. For example, \\adminhomenas.admin.gettysburg.edu\username$
  8. For Department: \\adminhomenas.admin.gettysburg.edu\department$
  9. Since the Connect using a different credentials is checked, once you click finish, the following will appear:
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  10. Under user name type: GETTYSBURG\username
  11. Type your password in, hit OK. It should look like the following:
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Mapping a network drive in macOS

Follow these steps to set up your network drive access on a Mac:

  1. On your home screen, navigate to GO ¿ Connect to Server
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  2. The following will appear:
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  3. To connect to your H Drive, type the following (shown below), click Connect.
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  4. To connect to your departments S Drive, type the following (shown below), click Connect.
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  5. To connect to your L Drive, type the following (shown below), click Connect
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  6. After hitting Connect, the following will pop-up, hit connect:
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  7. After hitting Connect, the following will appear, type in your domain user ID and password, Hit Connect.
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