Networked Disk Storage
Saving files on network is a convenient way to store your files and share files among users. After login, staff can save files on the Windows file server while students can now save on the new OneDrive service. There is quota limitation to ensure a fair use of computing storage and not overwhelming the computing resources. Users can always easily check how much network disk space they are using.
After login, staff and students get the following drive letters connecting to the network file servers.
|H:||Your Network Home Folder (500MB quota space for each user)|
|S:||Common share drive for departments|
|H:||1TB (including 50GB for email)|
Staff and students use different ways to check network H: drive quota as below:
You can check the network H: drive quota by right-clicking the H: drive icon in My Computer and then click "Properties" from the pop-up menu.
1. After logging in WebMail, click the "menu" button at the top left corner and then click "OneDrive".
2. Click and then "Site settings".
3. Click "Storage Metrics".
4. The OneDrive quota is shown as below.