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CMS: Building a Webform Type & Explanations

Webform types and component explanations.

Banner: Delete Java Cache

Java update fix Database Authentication error in Banner.

CMS: Image Sizes

Image sizes for the Content Management System at EKU.

iOS: Screenshot

Take a screenshot on your iphone.

Map a Network Drive - Windows 10

1. Open This PC then click the computer tab and click Map Network drive

2. Now specify a drive letter and type the location of the shared folder.  For example, the student W: drive address:
 \\studentsrv.student.eku.edu\users\%USERNAME%
Also check the boxes before Reconnect at sign-in and Connect using different credentials
Press the Finish button

Map a Network Drive - Windows 8

1. Open Windows File Explorer, and select This PC in the Navigation Pane.  Click the Map network drive button on the ribbon, or right-click This PC and then select Map network drive...

Map a Network Drive - Mac OS X

1. Make the Finder utility active, hold the Command key and press the K button to bring up the appropriate server connections.  If Finder is not active, click the blue face icon on the Dock before entering the keyboard command.

2. On the next screen choose to manually specify the network address.  For example, the student W: drive would be:
cifs://studentsrv.student.eku.edu/users/emailusername

Map a Network Drive - Windows 7

Mapping a drive means you assign a drive letter on your computer to a server path.  You can then connect to the server without having to remember and type the path every time.

1. On the Start menu, click Computer

2. In the next window, click Map Network Drive.

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