In Windows, go to 'My Computer' or 'This PC', and use 'Map Network Drive' to connect (you must be on the Cal Poly campus network).
Choose an available drive letter 'Z' and enter the following network address: \\p-file-gis.ad.calpoly.edu\gis$
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