Connecting to scrippsadmin

Connecting to the scrippsadmin file server
 
Mac:
  • In the Finder, navigate to the Finder menu and choose Preferences
      
  • In the Finder Preferences window, in General tab, under Show these items on the desktop: ensure that Connected Servers is checked

  • Close the Finder Preferences window
  • In the Finder, navigate to the Go menu and select Connect to Server
  • In the Connect to Server window, type smb://scrippsadmin.ucsd.edu
  • Type in your AD username (no @ucsd.edu) and your AD password (usually same as email)                    
  • Select your volume from the list and click OK (Software is an example here)
  • Find your volume on the desktop, in this case, Software
  • Right-click on the volume (Software is an example here) on the desktop and choose Make Alias           
  • You now have an alias/shortcut to your volume (Software is an example here)(evidenced by the small arrow in the lower left of the alias) that will stay on your desktop. Double-click it to connect.                       


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Windows 7:
  • Go to the Start Menu, and select Computer

  • In the Windows Explorer window, type \\scrippsadmin.ucsd.edu\ and hit Enter
  • Find your share in the window that opens (Software is an example here)
  • Right-click on share and choose Create Shortcut (Software is an example here)        
  • The shortcut to the share will appear on the desktop
  • Double click on your share (Software is an example here)
  • In the password field, enter your ad\username (no @ucsd.edu) and your AD password (the same as your email)

  • Your share will open and your shortcut is on the desktop

 

 

 

Windows 10:

  • Go to the Start Menu, and select File Explorer                  
 
  • In the File Explorer window, type \\scrippsadmin.ucsd.edu\ and hit Enter
  • Find your share in the window that opens (Software is an example here)
  • Right-click on share and choose Create Shortcut(Software is an example here)   
  • If a pop up appears asking if you want Windows to place the shortcut on the desktop, click yes                                  
  • The shortcut to the share will appear on the desktop
  • Double click on your share (Software is an example here)
  • In the password field, enter your ad\username (no @ucsd.edu) and your AD password (the same as your email)               
  • Your share will open and your shortcut is on the desktop
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