The purpose of this article is to explain how to map a network drive in Windows 10.
If you are working off campus and need to connect to the I: or J: drive you will need to install the Pulse VPN client prior to connecting to network resources.
Type here to search box
File Explorer then click the result labeled
This PC on the left view pane. Then select the
Computer Tab at the top. From there you will click
Map Network Drive as illustrated below.
Select your drive letter from the dropdown. You can use any drive letter available, but for consistency you should use the following:
If you are mapping the I: drive type the following path into the
Folder field: \\nurse‐s2\vol1
If you are mapping the J: drive type the following path into the
Folder field: \\nurse‐s2\mac
Be sure to uncheck
Reconnect at sign-in. Then click
That should bring up the contents of that drive. You can now work on files in that drive or add and remove files from that drive.
NOTE: If you are prompted for a username or password. You will enter the username as: vanderbilt\vunetid and then your password.