Mapping Etna Fileshare as a Network Drive

If you find yourself accessing Etna | Scholarship or Etna | Classes frequently, it is convenient to map your Etna directory as a lettered or named drive.

For Windows 7

  1. Select the Windows Button (generally the lower left hand corner of the screen).
  2. Select “Computer”.  A new “Computer” dialog window should pop up.
  3. Select “Map Network Drive” from the “Computer” dialog window.
  4. On the “Map Network Drive” dialog box, select a drive letter for your mapped drive.  The default “Z” is usually fine.
  5. In the “Folder” box, enter the netapp path to your Etna Scholarship directory (e.g. \\netapp\etna\Scholarship\[Firstname Lastname]).
  6. On the “Map Network Drive” window, the “Finish” button should now be active.  Select “Finish”.
  7. Your newly mapped network drive should now be an option when you select “Computer” from the Windows button.  If desired, you can create a shortcut for this mapped drive on your desktop.

For MacOS

  1. Select the “Go” dropdown navigation option from the navigation bar at the top of the desktop.  Then select “Connect to Folder”.
  2. From the resulting “Connect to Server” window, enter the desired server address.  For your folder on the Etna/Scholarship drive, you would provide something like “smb://netapp/Etna/Scholarship/[Firstname Lastname]”.  Then select “Connect”.
  3. You should now be able to access your folders and files within your netapp/Etna space.