Mapping a University Network Drive

Enterprise File Services (EFS) provides network drives to individuals and groups on campus.

  • Access through a NetID and NetID Password.
  • Documents can be saved, copied, or moved to the mapped EFS drive just like any other drive.
  • Files are secured behind UConn’s Firewalls.
  • University computers supported by ITS should already have access to the Q/P drives while off campus.

P: Drive

Personal (P:) Drives are available to all students, staff, and faculty who have a NetID to save files for access on any university computer. These drives allow for 75 Gigabytes(GB) maximum of university related files and is private for your individual use only. Drives can be increased to store up to 200 GB on request.

Instructions for Mapping P Drive on Windows
Instructions for Mapping P Drive on macOS
Instructions for Mapping P Drive on Linux 

Q: Drive

Specific groups and departments may have a Shared (Q:) Drive to distribute files between users (faculty, staff, and student employees may be granted access).

Instructions for Mapping Q Drive on Windows
Instructions for Mapping Q Drive on macOS
Instructions for Mapping Q Drive on Linux 

Managing CHIP Network Drives

Instructions for Mapping InCHIP Drives

More information on Mapping CHIP Network Drives