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Access your H: and I: drives

After you login to Secure Access you will be able to access files stored in your network drives.

Access your H drive

To access the files in your H drive, click on 'My Files' in D-H Applications.

Graphic: My files

The files you have saved to your H drive will appear in a new window.

Map your I drive(s)

Follow these steps to map a shared drive.

  • From the D-H Applications folder, click on the 'Utilities' folder.

Graphic: utilities folder

  • Next, click on 'Network Drives'.

Graphic: network drives

  • A pop-up window similar to the image below will appear. There are three options:
    • Add Department Share
    • Add Friends of Share
    • Remove Drive

Graphic: mapped drives

If you click 'Add Department Share' or 'Add Friends of Share' you will be presented with two drop down menus (see image below):

  • Drive Letter: click on the arrow to the right of the Drive Letter to reveal your options. Use your mouse to click on the Drive Letter you wish to map.
  • Departments Share: click on the arrow to the right of the Department Share to reveal your options. Use your mouse to click on the Department Share you wish to map.

Graphic: Deptment Share

Once you have made your selections click 'Map Drive'. After you have finished, close the Mapped Drives popup.

Now go back to D-H Applications and click on My Files. The drives you just mapped will appear there.

Graphic: My files

Find a File on your H: Drive

To find a file when you are in your H: drive, use the Windows Explorer search feature as follows:

  • Double click on the drive you want to search. (In this example, we will be searching the H: drive.)

Double click on drive you want to search

  • Enter your search term in the search box at the upper-right of the window. Note that not only can you search on specific terms, but you can also search for a date or range of dates the file has been modified. Just click on the Date modified: button to select a date or range of dates.

Windows Explorer showing search box at top right

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