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Network Storage Space for File Storage and Sharing

File StorageThe Office of Information Technology at FSU provides network file storage for the convenience and productivity of FSU students and employees. You are encouraged to use these network file storage locations to store your university-related content. Information stored here is backed up on a regular basis to protect against data loss associated with computer hardware failure.

Getting Access to Network Storage Space
All employees and students are given network storage space when they are set up with an FSU network account. If needed, find your username or reset your password in the Password and Account Management Portal.

FSU departments and offices may contact the Help Desk to request shared storage space on the University P: drive (see P: drive or U: drive information below). 

Personal File Storage 

 

   FSU Network Storage

  • Students  -  H: drive, aka web folder  
    Students are given personal space on the FSU network servers to store their files. Students commonly call this their web folder. This storage space is given the H: drive in the FSU Labs. Files on the user's H: drive are backed-up by OIT and provide a safe environment for file storage.  In addition, files stored on the user's H: drive are readily accessible from any location on campus, including computer labs.  
  • Employees  -  H: drive  
    Faculty and staff are given personal space on the FSU network servers to store their files. This personal storage space is a folder on the University's network storage. In addition, files stored on the user's H: drive are readily accessible from any location on campus, including computer labs.  

   Cloud File Storage  

  • Microsoft Office 365 OneDrive storage
    Storage in the CloudFor students: OneDrive is online personal storage that you get with Microsoft Office 365. It lets users save documents, photos, and other files in the cloud, share them with friends, and even collaborate on content. You never need to worry about lost documents ever again. Access your free 25 gigabytes of storage from anywhere, including tablets or mobile devices. More on Office 365.


Department File Storage (P: drive)

FSU departments and offices are given shared space on the FSU campus network servers to store and share files. These folders exist on the University P: drive. Files on the P: drive are backed-up by OIT and provide a safe environment for file storage.


University Shared Common Drive (U: drive)

The U: drive allows for file storage and sharing between offices and departments across the FSU Campus.
 

Accessing Network File Storage

These instructions are for accessing your FSU network file storage:

H: drive (a.k.a. web folder) & P: drive

As you follow the instructions below, you will access your FSU Network file storage folder with your FSU username and password. (If needed, Find My Username or reset your password


Instructions for Students

H: drive (a.k.a. Web folder) Access for Students

Accessing your FSU network file storage folder from Windows 7/Vista

Accessing your FSU network file storage folder from MacIntosh OS 10

Contact the FSU IT Help Desk for assistance if needed. 


Instructions for Faculty and Staff

H: drive & P: drive Access for Employees

Contact the FSU IT Help Desk for assistance if needed.