You can only map a drive from off campus if you also are connected with a
VPN client. If you are just trying to access a single file, I recommend
using an SFTP (secure ftp) client like WinSCP or FileZilla.
These instructions for WinSCP describe how to connect to your home directory
and the Shared driver via the webfiles.uvm.edu server:
Other ways to connect are described here:
I hope that helps.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Technology Discussion at UVM [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
> Behalf Of Zoey Trenkle
> Sent: Sunday, November 01, 2009 8:08 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: mapping share drive from home
> There used to be instructions on the ETS website about mapping shared
> drives from home. Something funky happened to my machine a while back
> and I lost those connections. Has the site been redesigned lately?
> Can't seem to find it. Can only find stuff about connecting to the
> internet through different service providers. Trying to get an
> important spreadsheet I've been working on that I saved on our
> department's share drive. Any other crazy people, besides me, online
> this Sunday morning at...yawn...8am?
> J. Zoey Trenkle
> Information Technology Professional
> Student Financial Services
> The University of Vermont
> tel: 802-656-0365
> fax: 802-656-4076
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