# Discover my Network Drives

Document on how to determine which network drives you are currently using and have mapped on a given computer. This information is useful if you wish to map network drives on a non-university home computer or a new computer.

# Windows

1. Open File Explorer
2. Left click This PC
3. Write down or take a picture of all the mapped drives (usually listed after the Windows (C:) drive).
1. For example, your home drive will display as "netid (\\astro.vetmed.illinois.edu\home\) (H:).  To map this network drive example on a another computer you will use \\astro\home\netid
1. As indicated above note the vetmed.illinois.edu is not required when mapping astro, felix, pluto and fido.
4. For instructions on mapping a network drive to a new computer see: Map a Network Drive

### Mac

1. Select Finder
2. Select Go
3. Select Connect to Server
4. Write down or take a picture of your connected servers
• For example, Home holders are always the path and NetID  for example smb://astro.ad.uillinois.edu/home/netid  (Just insert your NetID)
5. For instructions on mapping a network drive to a new computer see: Map a Network Drive