Connect to Network Drives on Windows


  1. In the task bar, click on the folder icon to open File Explorer.
  2. On the left sidebar in the window that appears, click This PC.
  3. In the bar at the top, click on Map Network Drive.
    • In Windows 10: It will be located by first clicking on Computer.
    • In Windows 11: It will be located by first clicking on the More Options button (the button with the three horizontal dots.)
  4. In the drop-down menu next to Drive, choose the letter of the drive to which you want to connect.
  5. In the space next to Folder, enter the Network Drive Address of the chosen network drive, listed in the section below.
  6. Make sure that Reconnect at sign-in is checked. 
  7. Click Finish.
  8. If prompted, enter your full SLU email address and password.
    • If you are connecting to Scratch, enter your SLU username and password instead.
  9. Click Ok.

Network Drive Addresses

Drive Network Drive Address
N \\saint.stlawu.local\apps
P \\myslu.stlawu.local\Your SLU Username
R \\ourslu.stlawu.local\warehouse
S \\ourslu.stlawu.local\shared
T \\ourslu.stlawu.local\classes
U \\ourslu.stlawu.local\images
W \\web.stlawu.local\webshare
Scratch \\scratch.stlawu.local\data


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Wed 12/15/21 3:44 PM
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