In order to access network drives, you must connect (map) to them. On a Mac, drives must be reconnected each time an Internet connection is lost.
Mapping a Network Drive On Campus
On the top toolbar, click Go » select Connect to Server...
The Connect to Server box appears.
In the Server Address text box, type the drive you want to map. Insert your UWEC username where it says "username."
Drive Address Student Home Drive (H:) smb://students.uwec.edu/username$ Faculty/Staff Home Drive (H:) smb://staff.uwec.edu/username$ Department Drive (S:) smb://staff.uwec.edu/deptsh$ Projects Drive (P:) smb://mass.uwec.edu/projects People Pages (L:) smb://lucy.uwec.edu/username$ Instructor & Student Drive (W:) smb://students.uwec.edu/deptdir Media Drive smb://media.uwec.edu/sharename$ Departmental Software Drive (J:) smb://students.uwec.edu/software$ Archive Drive smb://mass.uwec.edu/archive$
Optional: Click the Add (+) button next to the Server Address text box to add the drive to your list of favorite servers on that machine. This will allow you to quickly connect to the drive the next time you wish to do so.
The drive is mapped and ready to be accessed.
If prompted, to connect to the newly mapped drive, type your UW-Eau Claire username and password, and click OK.
Disconnecting a Network Drive
If you no longer need access to a Network Drive, you may disconnect from it.
Go to Finder » click the 'eject' button to the right of the Network Drive name.