Mapping a Network Drive in Windows
You will need to know the name of the server and the name of the network share that you want to map.
- Right click on the "my computer" or the "my network" icons on the desktop->
- Select "Map Network Drive" ->
- Select a Drive Letter ->
- Enter folder \\server\share ->
Check the reconnect at logon box ->
- Click on connect as "different user name"
- Enter your ecn login as ECN\your_login and password**
- Click Ok
**The ECN\ is only required if you are connecting to a Windows server such as MADRID.**
List of possible folders around Civil:
- \\bridge.ecn.purdue.edu\your_login (ECN N: drive)
- \\rosetta.ics.purdue.edu\your_login (ITaP H: drive)
- \\offcampus.purdue.edu\your_login (ITaP H: drive)
- \\bridge\cemain (L:)
- \\bridge\ceugrad (K:)
- \\bridge\cegrad (J:)
- \\bridge\cemdata (I:)
- \\bridge\inltap (H:)
Additional information on mapping network drives:
When at home you can map a network drive to bridge or pyramid using the fully qualified domain name, bridge.ecn.purdue.edu.
When off-campus, you will need to connect to the Purdue VPN service before trying to map a network driver. See this ITaP webpage: http://www.itap.purdue.edu/connections/vpn/
If you have a class or special group account, map a drive using \\bridge.ecn\ce123. You might have to use the ip number instead of bridge.ecn in some cases. The IP number for bridge is 220.127.116.11.