University File Server
The Drexel University File Server (sometimes referred to as a "network drive" or a "shared drive") may be used by groups to store files that they are working on collaboratively. Each department is allowed 100 GB of storage on the file server; each folder in a directory can typically hold 450 MB.
To create a shared folder on the file server, provide the Accounts Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your department name and the user IDs of people who should have access. Permissions can be granted to entire folders or restricted to specific subfolders or even files.
File Backup Services
The University File Server is for storing active shared documents and should not be used to back up computers; IRT offers other file backup services for both personal and university-owned computers.
Permissions can be granted to entire folders or restricted to specific subfolders (restricting specific files is not recommended). Shared folders and files on the file server can only be accessed via connection to the Drexel domain.
Multiple Windows file servers provide hundreds of shared volumes. By default, each user is limited to storing 3GB of data. This limit can be increased upon request by sending a message to email@example.com. Permissions are maintained by providing access to Active Directory groups.