Guide to My Files
Launch My Files
On-Campus - Windows Internet Explorer Only
If the button does not launch when your on-campus, please manually enter into your browser the following address:
Off-campus Access... see more information below
- Simply type ftp://firstname.lastname@example.org into your web browser's address bar, using the same username you use to connect to the College network.
What it is...
As a student you receive up to 150MB of space on the College network for saving files. This appears as your H: drive when you log on to your account. You can get to your files from both on-campus and off-. You must use Windows Internet Explorer when accessing your H: drive via this website from on-campus. You also need to use Internet Explorer off-campus if you want to save a file to your H: drive.
Please make sure you are aware of the College's policy toward Peer to Peer file sharing.
When it's available...
24/7 except during scheduled network maintenances and rare outages.
How to use it...
On-Campus Use of My Files
Using My Files on campus is easy. Once you're logged on to the College network, your file space appears as your H: drive. Just store your files there and they'll be available to you any time you're connected to the network - whether you're on-campus or off-.
You must use Internet Explorer as your web browser to link to My Files on-campus from this website.
Off-Campus Use of My Files
IE9 (Internet Explorer 9) and IE8 (Internet Explorer 8) Users:
You need to turn on IE's "Compatibility Mode" in order to use WebAccess.
Simply type ftp://email@example.com into your web browser's address bar, using the same username that you use to log into the College network.
Saving a File
Here's how to save a file to your H: drive from off-campus after you've logged in:
- You must use the Internet Explorer web browser to save a file from off-campus.
- Save the file to your desktop.
- Drag and drop the file from your desktop to the H: drive in your Internet Explorer window.
Whom to contact...
|Email || firstname.lastname@example.org |
|Phone ||(315) 498-2999 |
|Location ||Academic Computing Center, |
Coulter Library, Room 214