desktop computers

Connecting to a network drive

For instructions on how to connect to your network drive please select the operating system you will be using from the list below:

 

Psychology Network Access

Static (For permenant computers)

If you have a new computer that you would like set up on the network please email manager@psych.upenn.edu and someone will respond to your request as soon a

Encrypting Sparse Disk Images on OS X

This tutorial will show you how to create, mount and use an encrypted sparse disk image in OS X.  This is useful if you have some sensitive data that you do not want to risk having compromised

Natural Sciences LSP Tutorials

Below are a number of screenshot & instruction based tutorials which try to illustrate how to do many frequently requested tasks on a variety of operating systems.  If you have any questio

Managing Your Documents: Working From Home

A few simple techniques make it possible to work securely and productively from home.

SAS File Server Basics

The SAS file servers are secure and highly reliable.  Most faculty and staff should use the file servers as their primary place to store documents.

Managing Your Documents: Working From Your Office Desktop Computer

You can keep your documents secure and accessible when your office computer is connected to the SAS file servers.

Managing your Documents: Working from a laptop

Laptops are more vulnerable to loss, theft, or damage than desktop computers.  Here are guidelines for how to keep your important documents accessible and secure.

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