document management

Connecting to the SAS File Servers

This page is part of a Document Management series intended to help you work productively in a variety of situations.

This page contains links to instructions for connecting to SAS file shares from a computer on the campus network (or from a computer that has made a secure connection to the campus network from elsewhere).

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.

Remote.SAS Web - Downloading Files

1.  Click on the folder that contains the file you are going to download, in this case "3D Scanner Docs".

Remote.SAS Web - Uploading Files

1.  Browse to the folder where you’d like to upload your file, and click Upload Files...

Remote.SAS via the Web Overview

This page is part of a Document Management series intended to help you work productively in a variety of situations.

The Remote.SAS website is a browser-based tool that lets you access and manage your files on the SAS file server.  It doesn't require installing any software or changing any settings, but gives you easy access to your data from anywhere on the Internet.

Receiving Files via Secure Share

Receiving Files via Secure Share

1.  When someone sends you a file through Secure Share, you will receive an email that looks like this:

Secure Share Overview

Secure Share is a web-based application for secure file exchange available to Penn faculty and staff.  It is especially useful for replacing office processes that involve the sending of fi

Windows Vista/7 Map Drives and Create Shortcuts

These steps were taken using Windows 7.  For those of you using Windows Vista, steps 3 and 4 are slightly different, and the differences are reflected with italic text after step 3.

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