CU: H Drive Storage Guidelines
Everyone who logs into CedarNet is automatically connected to a personal storage area which we call the “H: Drive.” Your H: Drive is on a network server and is available through your login on any on-campus computer. (For off-campus access, see Accessing Your Network Drives or Access H, J, S, T Drives From Off-Campus). It is private and not accessible by any other user.
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You may store files of all types on your H: drive, but its total storage space is limited. If your H: drive gets too close to being full, you could lose files or have existing files corrupted. It is important to keep track of how much H: drive space you have available at any given time.
For information on other storage options, view the File Storage help page.
Look at your H: Drive files
- Go to [Start] > "My Computer."
- Under “My Computer” you will see a list of drives.
- Your H: drive is located under "Network Drives."
- The title begins with your ID number [for example: 1234567 on ‘Fir\Data\Homedirs’ (H:)].
Windows Explorer will normally show files and folders as pictures or “icons” which can take up a lot of space on your screen. To see a more compact representation, go to “View” > “List.” To see the age and size of a file, go to “View” > “Details.” This will show the size of the file and date the file was last changed.
H: Drive/CedarNet Expiration
If you are no longer an active student of the University, whether you have graduated or simply left,and you are enrolled during the spring semester, your H: Drive and CedarNet account will be active through January 31st of the following year. Graduate Students' account and H: Drive will not expire until one year after the date of their last enrollment. For more information, see the Expiring CedarNet Accounts page.
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