Accessing Your Server Folder

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Published on April 27, 2007

Author: mdwakefield

Source: slideshare.net

Description

Students need a little reminder on how to get to their server folders here at CMS. Well, here's a quick refresher on how to do that.

Accessing the Student Server A Friendly Reminder

Step 1 Click on the desktop (and off of any open document). Click on “Go” at the top of the screen or press the “Apple Key” and “K” key at the same time. You will see this:

Click on the desktop (and off of any open document).

Click on “Go” at the top of the screen or press the “Apple Key” and “K” key at the same time.

You will see this:

Step 2 Once you’ve connect to “cms-dc”, you’ll be prompted to enter two things: Your Name (e.g. j.f.kennedy) Your Password (which is your student ID #)

Once you’ve connect to “cms-dc”, you’ll be prompted to enter two things:

Your Name (e.g. j.f.kennedy)

Your Password (which is your student ID #)

Step 3 If you have been directed to go to the “student server” (not your personal folder), click on “Students”. Once there, you will see this --------->

If you have been directed to go to the “student server” (not your personal folder), click on “Students”.

Once there, you

will see this --------->

Step 4 Work your way (logically) through the appropriate folders to find what you need. For example, for my classes, you will click on “Discovery” and “Wakefield” to get this:

Work your way (logically) through the appropriate folders to find what you need.

For example, for my classes, you will click on “Discovery” and “Wakefield” to get this:

Step 5 If necessary, save files to your personal server folder by going back to Step 3 and clicking on your graduation year. Note: Do not save video files (or other large files) to your personal folder. Just too much space taken up.

If necessary, save files to your personal server folder by going back to Step 3 and clicking on your graduation year.

Note: Do not save video files (or other large files) to your personal folder. Just too much space taken up.

Thank You!

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