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Instructions for Accessing FSU Network File Storage from On-Campus

All employees are given network file storage space when they are set up with an FSU network account. This space is commonly referred to as the H:/ drive. Follow the instructions below to access your H: drive and/or P: drive. Get more information about FSU network file storage here.

Access FSU file storage from a PC (on-campus) 

  • You will use your FSU username and password (your network account) to log in to the FSU network.
  • Once connected, click on the My Computer icon on your computer desktop. You will see the H: drive listed as one of the available network drives. Doubleclick on the H: drive to view your FSU Network file storage area. Also you may see a P: drive if one exists for your department.  

    You can copy and save files to the H: drive from any program just as you would save them to your desktop or to your C:\ drive. 
  • Note: For most staff, any files and data that you save to your My Documents folder are stored on the H: drive.  The My Documents folder is located on the H: drive. To make sure the files in your My Documents folder are being stored on the H: drive, right click on the My Documents icon on your Desktop and choose Properties. In the Target field you should see H:\My Documents. Contact the Help Desk if you see anything different.

Access FSU file storage from a Macintosh (on-campus)
Access instructions for Macintosh users are accessible from the Network Storage Area Access web page.

Contact the Help Desk if you need assistance accessing your FSU network file storage area.