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Map Your Network Drive (CEMS or Zoo)

The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS) is on a separate subnet within the UVM network. You may have logged into the computers in Votey or Perkins using a CEMS account or your Zoo (UVM NetID) account. See below for instructions on how to map a network drive for CEMS or Zoo. Alternatively, you can access your CEMS files with SFTP, or go to webfiles.uvm.edu to access your Zoo files. Another alternative is to copy your files onto a thumbdrive.

Windows

  1. If you are connecting from off campus, you must have the VPN Clint installed and running. To get the VPN, follow this link. Log in with your UVM NetID, and follow the prompts.
  2. Windows 7 or Vista: If your computer has Windows 7 or Vista, you must first change some security settings in order to map to the CEMS network. Skip this step if you have Windows XP or if you are mapping to Zoo (UVM NetID login).

    Go to www.cems.uvm.edu/files. Right-click on mapdrive.reg, choose Save Link As..., and download the file to a known location such as the Desktop. After downloading mapdrive.reg, open it up and answer Yes or OK when prompted (you may get several pop-ups, just keep answering Yes or OK until finished).

  3. Windows 7 or Vista: Open up Computer, and select Map Network Drive.

    Windows XP: Open up My Computer, go to the Tools menu, and select Map Network Drive.

  4. If mapping to CEMS, choose M for the drive letter. For the Folder, type in
    \\fs1.cems.uvm.edu\username
    (filling in your own username in place of username)

    Check the box for "Reconnect at logon" if it isn't already checked.

  5. Click Finish, then log in with your CEMS username and password. In a moment your network drive should open. Once it is working, open up Computer (or My Computer if you have XP), and find your network drive, identified by your username and the drive letter M. Right-click on it, Copy, then right-click on your Desktop and Paste as Shortcut.

If mapping to Zoo, follow the same procedure as above, but choose Z for the drive letter and for the folder path use \\zoofiles.uvm.edu\netid where netid is your UVM NetID.

Mac

  1. If you are connecting from off campus, you must have the VPN Clint installed and running. To get the VPN, follow this link. Log in with your UVM NetID, and follow the prompts.
  2. Go to the Finder. On the Go menu, select Connect to Server.
  3. If mapping to CEMS, in the address field type in
    smb://username@fs1.cems.uvm.edu/username
    (filling in your own username in place of username at the beginning and the end of the path).
  4. Click Connect, enter your CEMS username and password, and check the box to remember your password. Once you are connected, your network drive should now show up on the Desktop (it will be named whatever your username is). If you do not see it on the Desktop, click on Finder on the top of your screen, then Preferences, and turn on the option to show Connected Servers on the desktop.

If mapping to Zoo, follow the same procedure as above, but for the address use cifs://zoofiles.uvm.edu/netid where netid is your UVM NetID.