Network Share

Here is the path to the share: \\health.unm.edu\hsc_archives\McKenzieLab

You must request access to the network share. Sam can submit a ticket for you. Once this is done, if you’re logged into a Windows machine that is joined to the HSC domain, this path should map to an R: drive automatically.

If your device has trouble with the DFS namespace path (e.g. when using VPN), here are other paths to the server share (some may work some may not?): 

\\hsc-nxnas01.health.unm.edu\McKenzieLab

\\10.234.93.138\McKenzieLab

\\hsc-nxnas02.health.unm.edu\McKenzieLab

\\hscfiles.health.unm.edu\McKenzieLab

To map the network Drive

  1. Hold down the Windows Button and the letter E on your keyboard at the same time.
  2. A window will appear and click on the word Computer on the menu bar near the very top of the screen.
  3. Then click on Map Network Drive and then select map network drive.
  4. Select an available drive letter from the “Drive” drop-down list.
  5. Paste the complete folder path in the “Folder” field \\health.unm.edu\hsc_departments.
  6. If prompted to logon enter your login details and password (If using a personal workstation you must add health\ before your HSC NetID) then click OK to mount the network drive.
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