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Mapping a Network Drive on Linux

You must be on the UCONN Network, if yuo are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client.  Graphical Option (Ubuntu Desktop):  Open the Nautilus graphical file browser through the Applications menu, or from a terminal window type: nautilus –browser, then press Enter.  Click the Go menu, then click Enter Location… In the Path […]

Mapping a Personal (P:) Drive on Linux

You must be on the UCONN Network, if you are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client.  Graphical Option (Ubuntu Desktop): Open the Nautilus graphical file browser through the Applications menu, or from a terminal window type: nautilus –browser then press Enter.  Click the Go menu, then Enter Location… In the Path field, type smb://files.uconn.edu/Home and press Enter.  In the […]

Setting Up SSH on Mac OS

  For more information on Secure Shell, see the UITS Access Guide. Go to Terminal This can either be found by going to Spotlight Search and searching Terminal OR going to Finder -> Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal  Enter in the command: ssh netid@ssh.uconn.edu (enter in your own NetID, should include a space between ssh and […]

Setting Up SSH on Windows

  For more information on Secure Shell, see the UITS Access Guide. Note: In order to use SSH on Windows, you will need to download a separate software. The most common one is PuTTY, however you may use any terminal you prefer or have access to. Once you open the software, a configuration box should appear. […]

Connecting to InCHIP Network Drives

To connect to InCHIP network drives you must be on the UCONN Network. You should connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client if accessing the InCHIP network drives from off campus. macOSMapping the R: drive (Research)  Mapping the R: drive (Research) 1. Open Finder > Preferences 2. Ensure the “Connected Servers” checkbox […]

Mapping a Personal (P:) Drive on Mac OS X

Instructions on how UConn faculty, staff and students can map their Macs to their private file storage (personal or P: drive) available on the university network. 

Mapping a Personal (P:) Drive on Windows

Windows 10 You must be on the UCONN Network, if you are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client. Click on the Windows Start Button Right Click on File Explorer Click on More Click on Map Network Drive (may take a couple of clicks) Drive: Choose P: […]

News

IT Security NewsWireless Risk, Patch Your Personal Devices October 23, 2017The most commonly used security standard for Wi-Fi networks has been compromised.  A recent Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK) breaks the handshake that encrypts the connection, and cyber criminals could target nearby Wi-Fi networks. There have been no reports yet of this vulnerability being actively exploited. […]

Mapping a Network Drive on Mac OSX

  You must be on the UCONN Network, if you are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client. Mapping a Q: drive on a Mac Open the Go menu of Finder. Select Connect to Server. Enter “smb://grove.ad.uconn.edu/efs” in the server address field. Mapping a Q: drive and Retaining Connection Settings […]

Setting up a TV and Scanning for HD Channels

This article outlines how to set up a television on campus.  This article is also relevant if you are connecting a TVs off campus to a TV service provided directly through a Coax TV jack. Connecting a TV to the Wall Jack To properly setup a TV, you need to connect the coaxial cable from the wall […]