You can create a shortcut to your network drive on bsp-nas which allows you to access your files without typing address each time.
Prior to starting you will want to know the path to the network drive you wish to connect to. Please see How do I access files on bsp-nas from my computer? if you need to determine the path to your network drive on bsp-nas.
Sometimes the network drive will not show up as expected or when off campus. This article will outline the steps to map a network drive in Windows 10 to give back access to bsp-nas.
Open File Explorer and select This PC.
At the top of the screen, select Computer.
On this taskbar, click on Map network drive.
In Drive: select the appropriate letter for the department drive or personal drive. If you are mapping a shortcut inside one of these folders, select any open letter. In Folder: type your network drive path.
Info title Common Drives to Map at Bethel
The Department Drive (Q: Drive): \\bsp-nas.its.bethel.edu\Departments
Home Folder (U: Drive): \\bsp-nas.its.bethel.edu\Home(first letter of your username)
For Ex: If your username was abc12345 the U: path would be \\bsp-nas.its.bethel.edu\HomeA
Check the box Reconnect at logonsign-in.
- The file path will now shop up in File Explorer.