Shared File Services Articles back Search titles Show titles with any search term. See all topics Connect to a Share Connect to a Share You can connect to a CIFS Share using any of the following methods. Using a UNC Path: Windows 7 or Mac OS X Net Use: Windows 7 (recommended for non-Cornell AD... CIFS, SMB1, SMB2, SMB3 Protocols Definition of CIFS, SMB2, and SMB3 protocols. Information about the deactivation of SMB1 protocol and system implications. Connect to a CIFS File Share Using Unix Devices Unix devices can connect to CIFS file shares, but caveats apply. Mac OS CIFS access is supported by Shared File Services. While Shared File Services does not... Connect to a Windows File Share with a UNC Path Windows 7 Click the Start menu In the Search box, enter: \\files.cornell.edu\OU\sharename, and then press Enter. Or, enter \\files.cornell.edu and browse... Connect to an NFS File Share Using Unix Devices The best options for mount vary based on the type and version of Unix, your application, file sizes, and other parameters. Two strongly recommended options for all NFS mounts are... Connect to an NFS File Share Using Windows You can't connect to an NFS file share using Windows because Windows systems do not natively support the NFS protocol. Map a Drive to a Windows File Share Connect to your Shared Files Services share by mapping a drive. Map a Drive Using Net Use “Net use” is a command line method of mapping network drives to your local computer. The full syntax for net use is available from Microsoft. The Username and... Speed for On-or Off-campus Access Technical detail about on-campus vs. off-campus speed. This is a more detailed version of the FAQ entry: Speed for on- or off-campus (from a remote office or home via VPN). IP-... Use a Share with a Managed Server in the Managed Server Farm You can use a share with a managed server in the managed server farm, but caveats apply. Servers (physical, or VMs) within the CIT Managed Server Service may utilize shares... Use Different Credentials on MacOS How to switch credentials, use a terminal window, or dismount a share on MacOS.