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=== [Netwerkschijf onder Windows XP][Network disk on Windows XP] ===
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=== [Netwerkschijf onder Windows][Network disk on Windows] ===
  
 
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Een netwerkschijf aankoppelen:
 
Een netwerkschijf aankoppelen:
  
* Open een 'Windows Verkenner' scherm, b.v. 'Mijn Documenten'
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* Open een 'Windows Verkenner' scherm met 'Mijn Computer'
* Onder 'Extra', klik op 'Netwerkverbinding maken...'
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* XP: Onder 'Extra', klik op 'Netwerkverbinding maken...', Windows 7: klik op 'Netwerkverbinding maken...' op de menubalk
 
* Geef als 'Map:' op '\\servernaam\sharenaam'
 
* Geef als 'Map:' op '\\servernaam\sharenaam'
  
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To map a network share
 
To map a network share
  
* Open a 'Windows Explorer' window, for instance 'My Computer' or 'My Documents'
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* Open a 'Windows Explorer' window for 'My Computer'
* Under 'Tools' click on 'Map Network Drive...'
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* XP: Under 'Tools' click 'Map Network Drive...', Windows 7: click 'Map network drive...' on the menu bar
 
* Enter as 'Folder:' a path name of the form '\\servername\sharename'
 
* Enter as 'Folder:' a path name of the form '\\servername\sharename'
  

Revision as of 15:35, 4 January 2011

Network disk on Windows

To map a network share

  • Open a 'Windows Explorer' window for 'My Computer'
  • XP: Under 'Tools' click 'Map Network Drive...', Windows 7: click 'Map network drive...' on the menu bar
  • Enter as 'Folder:' a path name of the form '\\servername\sharename'

For example the S-Disk with a lot of standard software can be mapped as \\sdisk.science.ru.nl\xpsoftware

On a PC or laptop not maintained by C&CZ it is convenient to use the same login name on the PC as the science login name, because Windows will try to use the local login name to make the connection. In other cases one should select 'Connect using a different user name'.

Network disk on a Mac

Connect to a network share on a Mac from within the Finder:

  • Under the "Go" menu choose "Connect to Server..." (or type Command-K)
  • Specify the share name as 'smb://servername/sharename'
  • Use a valid science login name and password to authenticate.

For example the S-Disk with a lot of standard software can be mapped as smb://sdisk.science.ru.nl/xpsoftware

Additional remarks

  • In general you need to know the server name and share name to connect to a network disk.
  • A number of network disks or shares are available for science users:
    • Your science home directory - the server and share name can be found on dhz.science.ru.nl after "Home disk at". The server name is one of 'bundle.science.ru.nl', 'pile.science.ru.nl' or 'pluri.science.ru.nl'. The share name is always the same as your science login name.
    • The S-disk with a lot of standard, readily executable software, server - sdisk.science.ru.nl, share: xpsoftware.
    • The install disk with most of the installer programs for software with a campus license (contact us for license details) - server: install.science.ru.nl, share: install.
  • Most network disks are available directly from within the Radboud University (i.e. from IP addresses in the range 131.174.0.0/16). From outside the RU use a Vpn tunnel to connect to a network disk.