There are two methods to map your personal network drive (often referred to as the 'L' drive)
*Method 1: *Use this method to temporarily access your network drive. For example in a lab or a university computer other than your own.
A. Click the Start button
B. Type in \\apufiles\user$\yourapunetid
In the example below I'm connecting to my personal drive.
Method 2: Use this method for a permanent connection to your personal drive.
C. Right-click on Computer (Windows 7) or This PC (Windows 10)
D. Select Map network drive...
E. Choose a Drive Letter to represent your personal share.
F. Type in: \\apufiles\user$\apunetid
G. *Click on Reconnect at logon* if you wish the computer to connect to this drive every time you log on.
H. Click Finish
Please Note: If you wish to connect to a department share (Commonly known as the 'M' drive) substitute the following for steps B and F:
**Note on drive size:
The personal drive (often referred to as the L drive) is 4 gigs in size.
The department share drive (often referred to as the M drive) is 10 gigs in size.
Last Updated: 07/28/2017