S Drive Access

NOTE: You need to connect to a UNSW VPN (e.g. "vpn.unsw.edu.au") to map a network drive.
HOWTO: https://www.myit.unsw.edu.au/services/students/remote-access-vpn

Staff can also use "vpn.unsw.edu.au/feng" to connect S: drive and/or software licenses (e.g. Leica Infinity and Magnet Office). 

GMAT3700 and GMAT2500 students in 2020 Term2 can also use "vpn.unsw.edu.au/feng_adhoc" to connect S: drive and/or software licenses (e.g. Leica Infinity and Magnet Office). 

Windows 10 - How to map S: drive

Step 1 - Open or search for “This PC” from the Start Menu.

Step 2 - At the top of the window that appears, click on the Computer tab, then click Map network drive.

Windows 10 - Map network drive

Step 3 - Select a preferred drive letter (recommended drive letter is S), then in the Folder field, enter in \\infpwfs301\cvedata\student

Tick “Reconnect at sign in” if you don’t want to manually map the shared drive every time you log off or shut down your computer. 

You may also need to tick “Connect using different credentials”, if you're using a personal or non-managed computer.

Step 4 - If prompted for a username and password, please enter the following:

  • Username: ADUNSW\zID (for example: ADUNSW\z1234567)
  • Password: your UNSW password

You can choose to save your credentials so you don’t have to enter them in each time you connect to the shared network drive. Select this only if you are using your own computer. You should not select this if you are using a public or untrusted computer such as those in libraries and internet cafes.

If you choose to save your credentials, you’ll need to remember to update the saved credentials in Credential Manager whenever you change your UNSW password to avoid your account locking out.

You should now be connected to the shared network drive.

You can also refer to the user guide to access network drives from off campus https://www.myit.unsw.edu.au/services/staff/storage-staff.