I completely agree. The only reason that I compiled my website (#2 in
your footnotes) is that the instructions for connecting to the various
network storage sites were either not documented anywhere, or were
spread out on various web pages, old CIT newsletters, etc. We were
answering "where can I store my files" or "how do I get to the shared
directory from x location" questions literally dozens of times a day and
I needed one location that I could tell people to look for these answers.
Perhaps, now that the heavy lifting has been done on the IT site, it's
time to consolidate these instructions in that location? I'd be happy to
take mine down in favor of a more up to date and better organized version.
Not that I think my site is any great shakes, but if whomever does the
central pages wants to boost my screen shots, I'd be happy to oblige.
On 9/22/2010 10:46 AM, Ernie Buford wrote:
> A bit of late feedback on the very nice, new ETS web site:
> It's great to see drive mapping instructions here. Forgive me if
> I've overlooked a resource that is less Active Directory-centric, but
> I believe the information presented here would be more broadly useful
> if it covered (or at least mentioned) other network resources that are
> commonly used in certain quarters (namely zoofiles). Of course,
> folks can continue to maintain their own help pages about zoo shares
> (as CAS does), but it would be nice to have something central to
> Thanks to Jonathan and others who maintain these resources.
>  http://www.uvm.edu/it/mapdrive/