Accessing your network drive
There are several methods available to access you network drive.
- From the SECS computer labs it is automatically mapped as drive H:. It is visible by clicking start then computer (or "My Computer" on XP)
- From home or a laptop you can use an scp client such as Winscp to log into login.secs.oakland.edu
- From any SECS Linux server your network drive will be mounted as your home directory (cd ~)
- You can download and upload files to you network drive from a web browser by connecting to the vpn using the "web browser access method"
Backup and Recovery
We perform automated daily disk to disk backups keeping files for 6 months. There is no Disaster Recover Guarantee or offsite backup. So there is some risk of data loss. If you need to recover data from your network drive please submit a ticket
with the file name, location and date of the file(s) you need to recover.
You can also create a public_html folder in your network drive, that will allow you to host your own website using SECS Personal Web Hosting