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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.

Windows XP Map Drives and Create Shortcuts

1.  Go to Start -> My Computer.


2.  Click Tools -> Map Network Drive.

PC Tunnel Connection

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Mac Create Shortcuts

1.  In the Finder, click the Go menu and choose Utilities.

 

Mac Connecting to Shares

1.  On your Mac, navigate to the Finder application using command+Tab or by clicking on your desktop.


2.  In the Go menu, click Connect to Server...

Mac Tunnel Connection

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Remote.SAS/NC Overview

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If you plan on regularly accessing your data on the SAS file server from a laptop or from off-campus, you will want to use http://remote.sas.upenn.edu/nc.  This site allows you to have direct access to your files and folders for easy management.  These directions will explain how to create a secure connection from your computer to the file server.

Scheduled Service Outage

Electrical shutdown, this weekend (June 20th), click here to read more.

Connecting to your SAS Network Shares from your Home Mac

Connecting to the SAS network shares from your home Mac is a three step process.  The first step is to create a connection to the University network that will allow you to have access to the f

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