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How do I get access to my Network Folder?

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If you are a current student, staff, or faculty member, you already have access to your Network Folder using your HSU User Name and Password, the same credentials you use to log in to all the other computer-based services you use at HSU. Your Network Folder is available to you for as long as you are associated with the University.

Lab computers and most office computers automatically connect to your Network Folder when you log in. Your Folder will show up in My Computer (Windows) or as a desktop icon (Macintosh). Students can also connect to the irNetwork Folder from off campus.

If your computer doesn't automatically connect to your Network Folder, try one of these options to access your documents:

Secure File Transfer Protocol (sftp)

Web Browser (read-only access)

WebDAV browser-based file sharing (Linux only)

Staff and faculty can also map a drive to their HSU Network Folder for on-campus use only. This makes your folder appear as if it is an additional hard drive on your computer. If you're interested in this option, your ITC can help you set it up.