The following articles indicate how to access files on bsp-nas from your computer. If you are using a Bethel owned computer, these instructions may not apply to you. In most cases your relevant network shares are automatically mapped for you. If you are using a personally owned computer, the following articles should help you access your files located on bsp-nas.
Current network file locations
Using the File server index you can identify the exact network path to the network shares (folders) you have access to. This includes your Home folder (your U: drive) and Department folder(s) (your Q: drive). For more information please see Current file locations on bsp-nas.
- bsp-nas department folder permissions
- Current file location on bsp-nas
- How to access your files on bsp-nas in Mac OS
- How to access your files on bsp-nas in Windows 7
- How to access your files on bsp-nas in Windows Vista
- How to access your files through WebDAV on bsp-nas in Mac OS
- How to access your files through WebDAV on bsp-nas in Windows 7
- How to access your files through WebDAV on bsp-nas in Windows 8 and 10
- How to create an alias to open a network location in Mac OS
- How to map a network drive in Windows 7
- Installing VPN (Virtual Private Network) on Windows 10
- Using VPN on a Mac
- Using VPN on Windows
Mapping Network Drives
Once connected you may wish to map your network drive for quick access.