Your Network Space
OneDrive — Cloud-based file storage
All faculty, staff and students are given 1 TB of space for file storage. This data is easily accessed and shared both on and off campus.
To access OneDrive:
- In your web browser (Safari, Chrome, etc.), go to the LycoO365 portal: https://portal.office.com/
- Sign in using your Lycoming email address
- Choose "work or school account" and enter password
- Click on the OneDrive icon
- You should see a list of folders and files. All Lycoming faculty, staff and students have 1 TB of storage space.
Other Storage Options
Students — H: Drive
Students are given 1 GB of network space for file storage. It is strongly recommended that students save their work to the network, as files are backed up daily. In the event of a hard drive failure on a personal machine, having work saved to the network ensures that your important data will not be lost.
To access your network space on College-owned computers, look for the H: drive. Double click on the H: drive, and you will see your network folder.
Faculty and Staff — F: Drive
Faculty and staff start with 5 GB of network space for file storage; additional space can be requested through IT Services, as needed. It is strongly recommended that faculty and staff members save their work to the network, as files are backed up daily. Lost files that were saved on the network can often be restored from backups in the event of accidental deletion, unintended changes to a document, or hardware failure. Contact the IT Services Help Desk for assistance if you need help to recover a file or network folder.
To access your network space on College-owned computers, look for the F: drive. Double click on the F: drive, and you will see your network folder.
Find Your Network Space on Your Personal Computer
To set up your computer to access your network drive when you are on-campus, using Lycoming’s network, you can map the drive on your computer.
If you are off-campus, please connect to the VPN first, and then follow the drive mapping instructions to connect to your F: or H: drive.