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Mapping the Drives with Windows 8

Step 1) Click on the File Explorer icon the taskbar.

Step 2) Click on the Computer tab on the left sidebar of the window. What that window opens, click on theComputer tab on top (next to File).

Step 3) Click on the Map Network Drive button from the drop-down menu.

Step 4) In the window that pops up, enter the drive address. Listed below are some common drives:

(Departments) W: \\\department

(Personal Faculty, Staff, and Students) W: \\\username

P: \\\pdrive

(Students) U:\ \\username
(Admin, Faculty & Staff) U: \\\username
(All Shares) \\\sharename


(For scanning folders) \\\DepartmentName

  • Example A: You are in the Athletics department and want to access a scan from an MFD. You would type: \\\athletics
  • Example B: You are a member of JAB, and want to access your web share on the clubs server. You would type: \\\jab

In the screenshot below, we used the P Drive as an example:

If you're using a personal computer (not one the school has provided), make sure you check the "Connect using different credentials"

Step 5) On the next screen, enter your EagleNet username and password, but if the domain does not say juniata, include JUNIATA before your username. Make sure you are using the backslash key, the one directly below the backspace key on your keyboard.

Step 6) Your drive will now be mapped to your computer. Highlighted below are the two places you can see your drives.

If you have any questions, please call the Technology Solutions Center x3619 or visit us at BAC C107.