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  1. questionError 1327. Invalid Drive: [drive letter]
    Problem or Question: Trying to install Adobe product but get " Error 1327. Invalid Drive: [drive letter]" Environment: Win 7 Solution or Answer: Temporarily remap the invalid drive. Determine the letter of the invalid drive that is causing the installation failure. Choose Start > All Programs ...
  2. questionRestoring lost or deleted files from a shared drive
    Problem or Question: I accidentally deleted files on my shard drive and need them restored Environment: Microsoft Windows Solution or Answer: 1) Right Click on "My Documents" - OR the shared drive [ie S: Dept Share] Note: Right click on the "Parent" folder if the entire sub-folder was deleted ...
  3. questionHow to Get Access to a Network Shared Resource Drive
    Problem or Question: How do I get access to my department Shared "S" drive? Environment: All Solution or Answer: Shared drive access is provided to staff and faculty for sharing resources within a department. When an employee logs into a computer using their NetID and password, their department ...
  4. questionHow to Map a Network Drive on a Mac
    Problem or Question: How do I get to a network shared drive from my Macintosh? Environment: Macintosh OSX Solution or Answer: 1. From the Go menu, choose Connect to Server. 2. In the dialog box, for server address, type the path to the network share, using this syntax: smb://adhayfnp02.ad.csu ...
  5. questionHow to save data on your local drive or USB within VCL
    Problem or Question: How do I save to my Local disk drive or USB from within VCL (Virtual Computing Lab)? Environment: Virtual Computing Lab [VCL] Solution or Answer: If you are using a USB drive, connect it before you open the VCL environment. VMware will automatically map your local drive on ...
  6. questionMissing drive letters
    Problem or Question: When I map a drive, some drive letters are missing. In Windows Explorer, I don’t see anything for these missing drive letters. What is going on? Environment: Windows 7 Solution or Answer: 1. You can set Explorer to display or not display unused drive letters. a. In Wi ...
  7. questionW: Drive
    Problem or Question: What should be stored on the W: Drive? Environment: Windows Solution or Answer: Protected data classification levels California State University identifies three types of data based on the security required for each: Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 data. All data requir ...
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