To access server-based files you must first establish a connection with the server. And, to make the connection, Xythos Drive needs information, such as the server address, the folder to connect to, your identification, etc. This information is saved in a service. You may have one or more services predefined by your system administrator.
For help creating and configuring a service, please refer to the Connect page of the Personalizing section. It is also possible that your administrator has already pre-configured a service for you to use. In this case, you can simply proceed to the next step.
Connecting to a server
In Windows Explorer you will now see a drive letter mapped to the folder specified in the service you selected. You can access the contents of that folder in the same manner you use files and folders located on your local hard drive.
If you have trouble connecting...If you are having difficulty connecting to the server you should do the following things:
For more information about services refer to the Connect page of the Personalizing section of the Xythos Drive help.